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March 13rd, 2012 - Enolsoft Co., Ltd., a professional multimedia software developer, today is pleased to announce the release of PDF to Word for Mac. The program is designed to help users to easily convert Adobe PDF documents to Word DOCX format with original elements preserved, batch conversion are supported as well.

“Enolsoft PDF to Word for Mac was developed because users need a solution that can convert PDF to Word format while having the option to reproduce the look and feel of the original PDF document when viewed in Microsoft Office Word.” said Marrisa Liu, Manager of PDF project of Enolsoft Corporation.

Unlike Enolsoft’s previous PDF to TEXT for Mac that only converts PDF files to plain text (*.txt) files, this PDF to Word for Mac converts PDF to Word (*.docx) formats  with original layouts, tables, text, images, graphics and hyperlinks in PDF files preserved, thus make it easier to modify, reuse or edit PDF files with no Adobe Acrobat needed.

OS X users are able to import multiple PDF files to Enolsoft PDF to Word for Mac by either click the “Add Files” button or by drag-n-drop for batch processing. Batch conversion model highly improves the efficiency for those who need to deal with multiple PDF files. In addition, OS X users are also allowed to specify individual pages or a range of pages for partial conversion, which would be time-saving when users only need to extract some specific pages from a large PDF file.

Just as it was described on its official website, Enolsoft PDF to Word for Mac converts PDF documents to Word format with fast conversion speed, supports to convert 100-page PDF file to Word format within 1 minute. Enolsoft PDF to Word for Mac converts both encrypted and unencrypted PDF files.

“Enolsoft was determined to provide a more comprehensive product line of PDF tools to help more OS X users making better use of their PDF documents” , said Marrisa Liu. “Come along with this PDF to Word for Mac, another useful PDF tool – PDF Converter for Mac, will be released soon.” she added, “And simultaneously, we’ll continually upgrade our products in order to making the conversion output as accurate as it can possibly be”.

Pricing and Availability

Enolsoft PDF to Word Mac is available through Enolsoft official website (www.enolsoft.com) with a retail price for $39.  All of the Enolsoft products provide a free trial version for download. For more detailed information about Enolsoft PDF to Word for Mac, visit: http://www.enolsoft.com/pdf-to-word-for-mac.html.

About Enolsoft Co., Ltd.

Enolsoft Co., Ltd. is passionate about utility productivity. Enolsoft Co., Ltd. provides a comprehensive range of products that can be used in many areas of multimedia, with a strong focus on PDF tools. Additionally, Enolsoft Co., Ltd. offers video conversion, YouTube HD downloading and converting apps. For further information about Enolsoft Co., Ltd., visit: http://www.enolsoft.com.


Contact Enolsoft Co., Ltd.
Marrisa Liu
Sales Manager
Enolsoft Co., Ltd.

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