VeryPDF Table Extractor OCR makes it possible to convert TIFF to Word on Mac as well as on Windows PC by extracting text from unsearchable image to editable DOC, DOCX, RTF, TXT and HTML. As an advanced OCR tool, VeryPDF Table Extractor OCR allows you to select any area from TIFF, and extract the text from the selected area with or without color background. Even the text in the skewed and speckled TIFF can be well recognized, as long as you know how to use the advanced OCR options provided by VeryPDF Table Extractor OCR. If you want to convert all the text in TIFF to Word on Mac or Windows PC, VeryPDF Table Extractor OCR is the best choice.
This article focuses on how to convert multi-page TIFF to Word on Mac. You can start from downloading an evaluation version for Mac of VeryPDF Table Extractor OCR by clicking Try the Mac Version. Please hit the PKG file to install this application. Then, you can take to following steps to convert TIFF to Word on Mac.
1. Launch VeryPDF Table Extractor OCR
- Click Finder at the bottom of the desktop.
- Hit Applications on the sidebar of the Applications dialog box that pops out.
- Double click Table-Extractor-OCR.
2. Input a TIFF file
When the main interface appears, you will find every button except the Input button on the tool bar is disabled. Please click the Input button to import a TIFF file. Once the input is success, all the buttons on the tool bar will be initiated, meanwhile the page or pages of the TIFF file will be displayed on the main interface.
3. Select the Text
You can click and then drag on the present page to select the area you want to extract. If you want to convert the whole page, please draw a big rectangle to contain all the page. If you only want to extract a small area, please draw a rectangle to enclose that area.
4. OCR the text
You can click to start recognizing the text in the TIFF file. If you want to set some advanced options, please click the arrow on the right side of the OCR button to open the Advanced Option dialog box, where you can find a lot of tools there.
5. Apply and Save
If you just want to convert the present page of TIFF to Word, you can click Save directly. If you want to apply all the settings to the all the TIFF pages, you can click Apply to All before click Save. You can save the result file in formats including DOCX, DOC, PPTX, PPT, HTML, XLS, XLSX, CVS, RTF and TXT.