What's restricted PDF?
Usually, individuals proclaim Authority (Title and Author) and Meta Data ( Keywors as well as Subject) along with digital indication, and also arranged two various password to safeguard their PDF files. User Password: It's used to prevent other people through opening your own PDF files; Owner Password: by setting this password, your PDF files are safe from copying, printing or editing, which means, others can't change content while reading your PDF files.
As previously discussed, those online PDF converters cannot convert protected PDF files to Word on Mac directly. You need to remove the password protection from the restricted PDF at first before you start the coversion. Is there any software to convert PDF password protected PDF to Word? Sure! PDF Converter Pro for Mac is such a tool to bypass the password protection and convert restricted PDF files to Word format.
Below are the steps to make use of the software to convert protected PDF to DOC document on Mac. First of all, get the powerful tool downloaded and installed on your Mac computer.
Step 1: Import restricted PDF files
Just drag and drop a batch of PDF files to the PDF Converter Pro for Mac interface. Of course, there is another way - click the "File -> Add PDF Files" option, but I think it's much more convenient to use the drag-and-drop function, so, I recommend it.
Step 2: Choose output format
By clicking "PDF Converter -> Preferences…" option on the menu bar, you can make many customized settings. Click "Format" drop-dowm list to choose ".doc" as an output format.
Step 3: Convert Restricted PDF instantly
Press the "Convert" button to begin converting protected PDF to DOC on Mac OS X. Seconds later, all contents including PDF document is going to be copied exactly from PDF to Word, even tables and embed text are preserved well in the output Word documents.
You can easily select any PDF pages and copy any kind of text through partial conversion mode, simply click the image in "Page Range" field, and set the page range as you like.