Smartly Built Software to Recover Entire PDF File on Mac
Free Demo - Mac PDF Document Recovery Tool Fully Secured Download Version
Easy Recovery of PDF File on Mac
Using the Mac PDF Recovery Tool, the user gets various useful functions for restoring all the highly damaged PDF document files. This advanced software is allows to recover single or multiple PDF documents files and save healthy PDF files on desired location of Mac computer.
Supports Multiple PDF Files
Ability to add multiple PDF files and in bulk is another merit of this software. It allows to add File(s) or Folder(s) consisting PDF files and recover them simultaneously in a single shot. It also able to recover all those PDF files that are created by using MS Office or printer saved files.
Recovery of Text & Image in PDFs
Possibility to recover the entire content of a damaged PDF file via PDF Recovery Tool for Mac. Use it to recover an size of PDF files containing graphic texts as well as images without any data-loss.
Preview of Restored PDF on Mac
After recovering PDF files using smart Mac based tools, users have the option to preview the restored files. This will help you to check the files and eliminate the all types of errors in a PDF file due to which the file was inaccessible.
Advance Scan for All PDFs
The Mac PDF file recovery software also comes with "Advance Scan" facility to read all PDF files having errors. This Mac based tool will show the "Advance Scan" option once it fails to read highly damaged PDF files after running a normal scan option.
Download Export Report on Mac
When the procedure for recovering PDF files is completed, there is a "Download Report" option. Using this option, users can generate a report which will contain all the details of the success or failure of each recovered PDF file on their Mac destop.
Extraction of PDF File Components
There is no need to be stressed over the data components of the PDF file. The Mac PDF Recovery Tool ensures the entire extraction of object forms, graphics, hyperlinks, images, etc if used in the PDF file document.
Works with Mac OS
The advanced Mac PDF document recovery utility is engineered for Mac OS machines. It can be used on the prior versions till the highest versions of Mac OS i.e. Mac OS X 10.8 and higher till Mac OS 11.0, Mac OS 12.0.
The delivery of product is automated. You will receive an email containing both the link to download the product and the activation key within few minutes after payment confirmation.
Get an Overview of Software - DEMO and Licensed Version
|Automatically Browse & Upload PDF File(s)/ Folder(s)
|Provides Advance Scanning
|Works For All PDF Versions
|Supports PDF Created by MS Office
|Shows Preview of recovered PDFs
|Runs on Mac OS 10.8, 10.9, & Newer Versions
|Allows Extraction After PDF Recovery
Some Common Queries Asked by Users
Solution: Steps to recover PDF File on Mac Desktop:
Solution: If you want to save all the files, use the full version of this Mac PDF file recovery tool. For selective files, choose the respective option and Software will recoved and allow preserving them as required.
Solution: Yes, the PDF format recovery tool for Mac is designed to work on all the prior and latest versions of Mac machine.
Solution:No, there are no modifications made to the folder structure or to the meta-data while recovering the PDF files.
Solution: The advanced Mac based software is compatible with all the latest versions of PDF file formats.
"A lot of my PDF files were having errors and had some very important information that was needed for a business deals. Using the PDF document Recovery Tool for Mac helped me recover all the PDF file on Mac and I could extract the required information just in time. Thanks a lot for this amazing tool. Highly satisfied!"
"This is a very effective tool with which I have been resolving my PDF files issues whenever there occurs. It has helped me so much until now that I can’t think of any other tool to work with. Since I have been using the Mac PDF file Recovery software for quite some time now, it is recommended to all the troubled users."