Convert the content of PDF files to either DOC or RTF with options to keep layout and text boxes, or use OCR for different languages.
- VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:verypdf.com Inc
VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter Description
A great variety of content can be stored in a PDF file, but it’s not quite easy to modify its content. On the bright side of things, there are various specialized applications which can convert PDF documents into something more malleable, and VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter is a suitable example in this regard.
Add one or more files to the operation
As soon as the application is installed on your computer you can launch it to see what it’s all about. The interface is quite intuitive, with a large list where all files you wish to convert are displayed, as well as a side panel for quick and easy configuration of output parameters.
Needless to say that the only format available for input is PDF. It’s possible to convert multiple files at a time, and adding them is either done through a drag and drop operation or using the browse dialog. Items can be removed from the list, and a save dialog shows up right before the operation starts so you can specify a custom output location.
Set output layout and format
The application comes with several output options. This can mean exporting the original layout without text boxes, just the text, original layout with text boxes, flow text with text boxes, exact layout with text boxes, flow text without boxes, continuous text without boxes, or through OCR reading of input for several languages.
You can choose to have files delivered as individual DOC or RTF files. Sadly, there’s no option to have everything converted to a single output file. It’s possible to convert a custom page range, and there’s a password field in case some files are protected.
A few last words
Bottom line is that VeryPDF PDF to Word OCR Converter is an application which can easily convert text content from PDF files in a variety of ways and export it to DOC and RTF. It’s pretty efficient, and the intuitive interface quickly gets you up and running.