There are tons of PDF editors for Mac and Windows. But very few excel in handling PDF files and don’t quite provide the easy way to edit, convert, create and export PDFs.
Wondershare PDFelement for Mac and Windows has long been a top-notch PDF editor. With a number of advanced features like batch conversion, superior OCR technology, and several high-quality editing tools, the PDF editor is designed to handle PDF files with ease. Its latest “PDFelement 6” has taken PDF editing to an all-new-level.
Having used PDFelement before, I am very happy to put my hands on its latest avatar. However, I’m not willing to settle for anything less than very best.
So, how good is PDFelement 6 for Mac? Let’s find out!
Wondershare PDFelement 6 for Mac and Windows
Wondershare PDFelement 6 boasts a brand new design. Both Windows and Mac users have the same functionalities. Thanks to the unified features and functionality, you will have a consistent experience if you happen to switch from Mac to Windows or vice-versa.
Automatic Form Recognition Technology
To me, “Automatic Form Recognition technology” is the biggest highlight of PDFelement 6. It instantly turns any non-fillable forms made in Word, Excel as well as other Office applications into editable and fillable PDF.
You can now edit any PDF files with consummate ease—very much like any Microsoft Word files. Ditto, you won’t lose any fonts and formatting. With a wide range of text editing tools, you will be able to bring your ideas to life and create sensational documents.
The tools are pretty easy-to-use. They allow you to create impressive documents fast; thereby saving plenty of time.
Quickly Export Form Data into Excel
The Smart Data Extraction feature extracts PDF form data from a number of identical forms into an Excel sheet. As a user, I really appreciate this feature as it takes away a lot of stress.
Extracting form data manually from several similar forms and then exporting them to Excel is a tedious task and consumes plenty of time. The accuracy with which it extracts forms data is commendable. If you are someone who has to deal with PDF files a lot, this functionality will make your task of collecting valuable data incredibly easy.
Easily Export Data from Scanned PDFs
With the high-quality OCR (optical character recognition) technology, the PDF editor converts a number of paper documents into the archive and analysis-friendly Office files accurately. It’s a lot better than manual data entry which not only causes errors but also takes a lot of time. Besides, you will be able to easily export data from hundreds of identical scanned PDFs.
From a productivity point of view, I find this feature enormously helpful in maximizing output. The accuracy with which it converts several documents into archive makes it a must-have for those who wish to take perfect control of data entry.
The starting price for PDFelement for Mac (Standard, for one Mac) is $59.95. PDFelement 6 Professional comes at $99.95 for one Mac. You will have to pay $187.91 for two licenses of PDFelement 6 Professional for Mac.
I would love to pay my money on PDFelement 6 as it’s exceptionally user-friendly. Indeed, editing PDFs had never been so fast and easy before. Breathtaking features like Automatic Form Recognition and the ability to extract PDF form data from a number of identical forms into an Excel sheet make this application indispensable for users.
If you are looking for a comprehensive tool to handle PDF files in a better way, this PDF editor would be a game-changing option for you. It will not just speed up your workflow but also bolster productivity.
You can try out its free version before switching to the premium version later. Based on your specific need, you will choose the right option—personal or professional.
Find more at Wondershare.com
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