How to convert specific pages image PDF to editable Word with OCR technology

Want to know how to use VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter to convert specific pages image PDF to editable Word with OCR technology on Windows platforms? Then, just keep reading the following paragraphs. 🙂

First of all, here is trial version of VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter, which could help you understand software’s function more, if you experience it by yourself. Then, if you do not know what image PDF is, just read next paragraph.

Image PDF is scanned PDF file, which could be produced from any output devices, e.g., scanners, etc.. Image PDF files, in some extent, may be saved as PDF format after scanning any files, or outputting files. In another word, it is easy to get image PDF files. However, it is not simple to edit them in professional PDF editors, thus, some media software have been designed to solve this problems. But, among various converting products, have you ever try VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter? If you did not, maybe it is a good chance to follow steps below to experience it through converting specific pages image PDF file to editable Word with OCR technology:

Step1. Run software and add image PDF

Double-click shortcut to open GUI interface on screen, and then, click Add PDF File(s) on GUI interface > select right image PDF file and click Open in pop dialog box, finally, path of image PDF appears in processing form directly.

Step2. Set targeting format and select OCR mode

After image PDF is added, click radio MS Word Document or Rich Text Format separately to set targeting format as DOC or RTF flexibly. Then, click one of OCR modes on dropdown list Output Options due to language in image PDF, e.g., selecting 9. OCR PDF file (Language: French) there means you need to process French image PDF later exactly with OCR technology, etc.. By the way, on this dropdown list, besides OCR modes due to languages, there are output layout patterns of editable Word files, and to know more, you can refer to following snapshot:

output layout and OCR modes on dropdown list for converting image PDF to editable Word with GUI interface

Step3. Set specific pages for PDF and set targeting folder to convert image PDF file to editable Word

After setting Word format and selecting OCR mode, it’s time to set specific pages for image PDF to convert:

Click radio Select Range > type page numbers in edit-boxes From and To separately, so, software knows pages between them and them need to be converted to editable Word file later, e.g., 1, 1, indicates you need to only convert 1st page image PDF file to editable Word later, etc..

Here is snapshot about operations what I mentioned above on GUI interface:

Convert specific pages image PDF to editable Word with GUI interface

Finally, click Convert on GUI interface > select right folder as targeting folder of saving editable Word later > click Save, and a few seconds later, targeting editable Word file, which is from specific pages of image PDF, could be produced into destination folder you set just now.

So, how about your conversion from image PDF file to editable Word in specific pages? Well, mine is ok without problems, however, suppose it is not smooth with problems, please tell us with comments here, I promise support team will solve them for you as soon as possible! In the end, welcome to use full version of VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter, which has no limit in usage and helps you produce no-watermark editable Word files. 🙂

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