To begin, you simply select the file you want to convert, specify the desired output path, and then click the Convert button to start the switch. The program has batch conversion capabilities. If you use it in a hidden PDF document, it provides a partial conversion. In other words, it allows you to convert a specific page or page in a multi-page PDF document to PDF format. After the conversion, you will get a high quality makefile that is exactly the same as the input document. Does not seem to have any format distortion. The interface of the program is neat and intuitive. You can only use the browser to import documents into the queue because the drag and drop method is not supported.
Allow batch processing. In the list, you can view the source path, size, and number of pages for each PDF file. After you specify the output and format, you can continue to use the encoding task. Upon completion of the work, the Nemo PDF to Word provides open targets and file folders.
In addition, you can select the page selection, remove the product from the list or clear the entire queue, give Word PDF documents a log record, discard pictures and preserve character spacing, and select the conversion mode (streaming text, text in text, text and design, plain text). After conversion, text, design, pictures, and other formatting can be completely preserved in the generated file.
More importantly, it allows you to convert all pages or specific pages of a multi-page PDF document to Word, regardless of whether it allows you to add tiles, keywords, and other attributes to the generated PDF file.