PDF to RTF Converter for Mac
RTF, also called Rich Text Format, is a cross-platform document format developed by Microsoft Corporation. It can be read and saved by almost all Word Processing software. So more and more people like to convert files to RTF format for better sharing. If you are one of them and want to convert PDF to RTF on Mac system, then you have been the right place.
One benefit of converting Adobe PDF to RTF for Mac is that you can reuse PDF contents in MS Word, OpenOffice or other word processing applications after conversion as many times as you like. In this way, you can extract the contents from PDF files for other purposes at ease. To achieve this goal, we could like to strongly recommend PDF to RTF Converter for Mac for your reference. This program provides users with powerful converting functions, so that you can customize your own PDF files and convert them to RTF for further using as you like.
Now, just get this easy-to-use PDF Converter Pro for Mac software, and follow below steps to save PDF as RTF on Mac OS X Mountain Lion in details. (For Windows users, please go to here - Convert PDF to RTF).
Step-by-Step Guide: How to Export PDF to RTF in Mac OS X Mountain Lion?
Step 1. Add Files and Choose RTF as Output Format
After launching this program, you can drag and drop all your PDF files into the program. And click the little settings button, you can choose "Rich Text Format (.rtf)" as the output format.
Tips: You can import up to 50 files at one time.
Step 2. Convert PDF to RTF
Click "Convert" button to start the conversion. You'll see the converting process in the menu bar directly. After the conversion, you can take your newly created RTF files, then copy and paste contents to other files as you like.
Cool, right? So as you can see, it is so easy to convert files from PDF to RTF on Mac system. Want to experience this fantastic converting tool immediately? Then just feel free to download this powerful PDF to RTF Converter for Mac software or directly place an order to us.