PDF to Excel for Mac 1.0.1
Convert PDF tables into accurate Excel spreadsheets on Mac OS X. Editing, re-organizing and calculating data in PDF tables are as easy as breeze.
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Tips of PDF to Excel for Mac
Here are some useful tips for Mac users to convert PDF to Excel more flexibly and efficiently:
- Batch Conversion
- Partial Conversion
- Convert encrypted PDF files
- Drag-and-drop operation
Batch conversion feature enables you to add 50 PDF files for conversion at one time.
If you just want to extract part of contents from a large PDF file, this partial conversion feature would be definitely your need. Choose File-> Output Settings-> File Configuration in the menu bar, or click on the gear icon beside the Excel icon, you can customize specific pages and page ranges for conversion.
Convert encrypted PDF files
PDF to Excel for Mac converts owner password protected PDF files (copying and printing restricted PDF files) directly. But if the PDF file is protected by user/open password, the password is required for conversion. After adding PDF files into the panel, there is a small lock icon beside each PDF file with user/open password.
This means the PDF file is locked by conversion. You need to unlock it for conversion. Otherwise the file will be skipped by the program during the conversion process. Click on the lock icon and a dialogue window will pop up, requiring the open password:
Type in the right password and click OK button, the PDF file is unlocked for conversion.
Drag-and-drop is a convenient and wonderful feature. Just drag some local PDF files and drop them into the panel, you can successfully add the local PDF files into the program. Also click on some imported PDF files and drag them out of the panel, the selected PDF files are removed from conversion list immediately. In addition, by dragging PDF files in the panel up and down, you can change the conversion order for the imported PDF files.