A PDF to Word converter will only work on text-based PDFs, not image-based ones, but it's very useful if there is a PDF that you need to convert back to a document format so you can edit it.
You can identify if a PDF is image-based or text-based by opening it in preview and seeing if you can select some text with the mouse. If you can select text the same way you would on a web page or in a word processor, it's a text-based PDF and the converter should work fine.
Incidentally, using the PDF to Word converter is not a bad way to check a PDF for accessibility - it reads through the PDF using similar techniques to accessibility software, so if your PDF is not accessible then converter won't work!
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Key Features of AnyBizSoft PDF to Word for Mac
1. Support conversion of restrictions encrypted PDF files directly, and password protected ones by entering password
2. 2 Conversion Modes: Batch (up to 50 files at once), Partial (by selecting individual pages) and Right-click conversion modes
3. Preserves text, tables, images and hyperlinks individually in generated Word files as original layouts
If you get this software, let me know how it works for you - I have picked up my copy but haven't really used it much yet.
-- Ricky Buchanan