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How to convert a PDF into Word for Mac to edit it?


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I don't know if anyone can help?

I have an application form that is in PDF. I wanted to convert it into Word using my mac but I can't find out how to do it.

Do you know if it's possible and if it is if I can edit it please?

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Moved to correct forum. Does not belong in "Switcher".

Here's how to do it for free. LINK Otherwise there are several pay applications that can likewise do it, perhaps more easily. Use your search function.
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i recently bought a macbook and it seems that when i send my work resume or any other attachment to anyone with a pc they can't read it can some one help please thanks in advance
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Send it in DOCX or PDF format? Both of those are "standard" that should allow you to go between PC and Mac users no problem..PDF is a lot more standard..depending on the version of Word being used to generate a document, you might have to issues. If you can send files as PDF, that'll make it easier..but if you have to use DOC, then you can always save the file in 97-compatibility or other compatibility modes so that any version of Word can open the document..

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Use Doxilion.

PDF Converter - Text Document Converter Software - Free Download

Beware the toolbar option when it opens, it's meant to be a great platform but it's not for everyone.

Doxillion is freeware and very good. But note that images in PDFs are not converted when the files are converted back to Word.
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