A: PDF Converter can help you easily and exactly convert PDF to Word (*.doc, *.rtf) documents and convert Word/Excel (*.docx, *.doc,*.xlsx, *.xls) back to PDF in seconds.
2. What’s the difference between trial version and full version?
A: The trial version can only be used to convert the first page of your files for 30 times at most, while you can enjoy all the functions incorporated in this application with the full version.
3. The keycode doesn’t work, what should I do?
A: For this case, please try to register Nemo PDF Converter again. Please don’t leave space before the keycode when entering or pasting it in the registration box. If it still doesn’t work, please contact us with your order ID.
4. How to convert password-protected files?
A: If you import a password-protected PDF/Word/Excel file, it will pop up a dialog box to ask you to enter the password immediately. You can load and convert the secured file normally after inputting the correct password on the text box as follows:
5. Will the original format and layout be exactly retained in the generated files?
A: Yes, it will. For PDF to Word conversion: Original text, images, fonts, graphics, charts, tables, header& footer, page number, and other formatting are exactly preserved.
For Word/Excel to PDF conversion: Original text, images, fonts, graphics, charts, tables, hyperlinks, background, watermark, layout and formatting are kept intact in the generated PDF files.
6. Can I batch convert my files at one time?
A: Yes, you can. Nemo PDF Converter supports batch conversion, which allows you to convert multiple files at one time.
7. What if I only want to convert some specified pages of my multi-page PDF file to Word?
A: In this case, you can customize the page range. Fox example, if you have a 20-page PDF file and you only need to convert page 5, 7-9 and 15 to Word, please enter page numbers in the text box with comma separated.
8. I don't have an Adobe PDF Editor. How can I add properties to my PDF files after conversion, like author, keyword, description, password and more?
A: To add properties to your PDF files, you can simply click the Settings button on software interface. A dialog box will come up, and then you can set properties as you like, including description, password, restrictions, etc.