Good preservation of all layouts
PDF to Excel for Mac provide 2 options for preservation:
Retain value without formatting (default option) allows you to preserve original text, numbers and layout, but will not retain formatting such as table border, color etc.
Retain original formatting lets you preserves original formatting for the PDF tables.
Batch and partial conversion
The program supports batch or partial convert your PDF files to Excel on Mac.
Batch conversion mode let you import up to 50 PDF files and convert to spreadsheets at one time. This is definitely more efficient if you have multiple PDF tables or files needed to be converted.
Partial conversion mode allows Mac users to select specific pages or tables in the PDF files to convert, making it more flexible to convert large-size PDF tables.
Convert Encrypted PDF to Excel on Mac
If your PDF file is protected with Owner Password, the program helps convert the PDF table directly without asking for the password.
If the PDF table is protected with User Password, PDF to Excel Converter for Mac will require to enter the right password and then convert.
Note: Owner Password is the password created by the owner to protect PDF files from editing, copying and printing. User Password is the password set by the owner to protect the PDF files from opening, generally it is also called open password.
Easy of use
The program is incorporated with Macintosh style and supports drag-and-drop operations, which makes it more user-friendly for Mac user to do conversion on their own with ease.
Convert PDF files in only 3 simple steps.
No extra skills needed to operate it.