How to convert PDF to document in image/text display

Need to convert PDF to document in Mac OS X? Then, I think you could use VeryPDF PDF to Document for Mac. 🙂

In fact, one benefit of converting PDF to document with this tool, is that, you can use its GUI interface to select display mode of document, e.g., image display or text display, etc., and also, as you could take, the produced document could be edited flexibly in targeting tools, such as RTF file, which could be edited in Office Word professionally, etc.. And of course, it is easy to use this software to convert PDF file to document in image/text display in Mac OS X, and the following paragraphs would like to tell you more details with example to convert PDF to RTF, if you are interested in it, please read the steps below:

Step1. Run software and import source PDF file

Double-click shortcut, if your software is trial version, you can click Try in pop dialog box, if you have registration code, just type it > click OK. And then, GUI interface pops on screen, where you can click Import > select right PDF file and click Open in pop dialog box to add selected PDF into GUI interface, and to make adding more convenient, just drag and drop PDF file into GUI interface directly, and finally, as default, 1st page of PDF appears in preview and output/edit panel, which is as shown as following snapshot indicates, where there are Draw Rectangle, Draw Lines, Analyse and Savein green rectangle for you to use later:

GUI interface of VeryPDF PDF to Document Converter for Mac with added PDF file

Step2. Analyse image/text display mode for output document

After adding, to set image mode/text mode for output RTF display, please do the followings separately:

  • To set image-only display of RTF, just click Draw Rectangles on toolbar above 2 panels > drag and drop a rectangle to cover what you would like to use to make image-only RTF on preview panel(shown as 1st picture below), then, use right button of mouse to click this drew rectangle > select Image on dropdown list(as shown as 1st picture below) to signal content in this rectangle needs to be processed to image-only document, and finally, to preview image-only document, just click Analyse located in toolbar directly so that what you want to preview can appears in preview for output panel(as shown in 2nd snapshot below). Then, you can edit this image-only document in advance through using toolbar in preview for output panel(you could refer to 2nd snapshot below)

Set display mode of image only during converting PDF to document-PDF to RTF with GUI interfaceoutput preview of image document only during converting PDF to document-PDF to RTF in Mac OS X

  • To set text-only display of RTF, please do the same operations when using Draw Rectangles and popping dropdown list, and then, select Text on this dropdown list in order to signal content in rectangle needs to be processed to text-only document later. Then, click Analyse to preview text-only document in advance in preview for output panel, then, there would be apparently no-images and text-only content, which could be edited via toolbar used above preview, displaying there automatically, and the following 2 snapshots show you more details about what I mentioned above:

Set display mode of text only during converting PDF to document-PDF to RTF with GUI interfaceoutput preview of text-only document only during converting PDF to document-PDF to RTF in Mac OS X

And by the way, it could be figured from snapshot above that, during specifying rectangle, the buttons above preview panel for rectangle could be used for zoom in/out, fitting with width/height, etc. to suit your needs flexibly, which you could try by yourself in the future. 🙂

Step3. Set targeting folder and convert PDF file to document in image/text display mode

After setting image-only or text-only mode for display, respectively, please click Save on toolbar of GUI interface, and then, after you set targeting folder on dropdown list Where and select RTF File(*.rtf) on dropdown list Files of type, where you can figure out this tool supports so many targeting formats, e.g., CSV, XLSX, PDF, HTML, etc., just click Save in this pop panel Save as, and after a while, your targeting RTF file with specific image or text could be produced into destination folder. And for this step, please refer to following snapshot:

Save RTF during converting PDF to document-PDF to RTF with GUI in Mac OS X

And here are snapshots about my image-only RTF preview and my text-only RTF preview for you to refer to, after my smooth conversion from PDF file to document – PDF file to RTF file in Mac OS X:

Preview of image-only document of RTF after converting PDF to document-PDF to RTF

Preview of text-only document of RTF after converting PDF to document-PDF to RTF

If you read here, it means it is not hard to understand how to use VeryPDF PDF to Document Converter for Mac to convert PDF file to document- PDF file to RTF file in image/text display mode, so, please allow me to tell you a little bad news here, which is that this software has not been in software, for we wish it could be improved and more perfect for Mac OS X users in operating usage and functions. Thus, if you have any good ideas or need to know more about this software, or would like to inquiry whether this software could suit your specific needs, please tell use immediately through comments here or support@verypdf.com. Thank you!

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