For most Mac fans, it's not a big deal to create a PDF file, as there is a built-in function to save files to PDF format in Mac. But if you want to type into PDF on Mac, it's not as easy as to create PDF.
Of course, Adobe Acrobat PDF Editor (not Adobe Reader) can do this for you. But few people can afford its high price. Is there an affordable and efficient way to allow you to type PDF on Mac? The answer is, yes. We can use another alternative way - convert PDF to editable Word format and edit PDF in Word, filling PDF forms, copy PDF text contents, or insert images, etc, then convert Word back to PDF if need.
Below is a simple step-by-step tutorial to show you how to use a PDF converter to convert PDF to Word and finally type into PDF on Mac.
Step 1. Download and run the program
Step 2. Import PDF files
There are two methods to import PDF files: a. Click the "Add PDF" button to add PDF files, if you want to import a batch of PDF files, you can press the "Ctrl" button on the keyboard, or use method b; b. Drag and drop a batch of PDF files to the Mac PDF to Word converter interface with mouse.
Step 3. Convert and type into PDF on Mac
Press the Convert button to convert and type PDF on Mac. Seconds later, the PDF file is converted to Word format, now you can enter any content into Word as you want.
Tips: 1. At the bottom of the interface, you can select another file folder to locate the converted Word documents if you want to; 2. If you are using Windows and want to type into PDF, you can try this PDF to Word converter for Windows.
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