Welcome to Solid Converter PDF help! Solid Converter PDF converts your PDFs to Microsoft® Word documents for easy editing. The program converts tables, hyperlinks, rotated text, and more. Solid Converter PDF creates PDFs from any program that prints (Professional version only.) With Standard version you can create PDFs from Microsoft Word documents.
If this is your first time using the program, here are a few tips to help you get started.
Convert PDFs to Word Formats
You can convert your PDFs to Microsoft Word documents of Doc, Rtf or Xml formats. Before conversion you can choose the reconstruction mode to preserve formatting, graphics, page layout and text flow, or to convert to plain text. You can specify options for headers and footers handling. When converting hyperlinks that are in standard URL format are transferred into the new Word document. Solid Converter PDF provides an option for detecting tables and convert them to Word table objects. See Converting PDFs to MS Word Formats for more information.
Extracting Tables from PDF files to Microsoft Excel format
You can extract tables from PDF files directly into Excel worksheets to access and re-use data. See Extracting Tables to Excel for detailed information.
Extracting Images from PDF files
You extract only the images from a PDF document and save them in a graphics file format. For more information see Extracting Images from PDFs.
Creating New PDFs or Combining PDFs
You can create new PDFs from pre-existing files, scanned page images, or multiple documents combined into a single PDF, then save them as standard PDF or PDF/A files. See Creating PDF from Files for details.
Applying Security Settings
You can apply password security to create PDF files with different encryption levels. A PDF file can be protected from being opened or restricted from printing, extracting contents, or commenting. For detailed information see Security Options.
Modifying PDF Files
There are numerous ways you can enhance or modify your PDF files. Your PDFs can be enhanced with watermarks, metadata, or security features. Pages can be rotated or deleted. You can also drag and drop pages from one PDF to another. For more information, see Working with Files and Working with Pages.