A file with the DOCX file extension is a Word Microsoft Office Open XML Format Document file.
The “.docx” extension signifies the Office Open XML international standard for Office documents and is used by Word 2007, 2010 and 2013 for Windows, Word 2008 and 2011 for the Macintosh, as well as by a growing number of applications from other vendors, including OpenOffice.org Writer and open source word processing program.
Want to update some information in a PDF, simply select the contents you want to update and save them as a Word document, and then finish your edits faster and conveniently.
PDF to Docx Converter Mac is recommended to you to save your PDF documents as an easy-to-edit Microsoft Word document file Docx format file while keeping all the formatting, too.
Step by step to convert PDF to Docx on Mac OS X Mountain Lion
1.Install and launch PDF to Docx Converter program on your computer.
2.Drag and drop PDF files to the program.
3.Select output file format.
Click the little settings icon on each PDF item bar, it will open a window, select “Word Document (.docx)” as the output file format from “Format” drop-down menu.
4.Convert PDF to Docx Mountain Lion.
Press right-bottom “Convert” button to start to convert PDF to editable Microsoft Word Document Docx file.
How to convert PDF to Docx on Mac OS X Mountain Lion?