UniPDF Review

Convert PDF to DOC, RTF, JPG, BMP, TIF, PNG, GIF, PCX, TGA, or HTML

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UniPDF is a free PDF to Word converter, meaning that it can save a PDF to the DOC format. It's really easy to use, downloads quickly, and skips the confusing options found in other programs like this.

You can also convert from PDF to number of additional file formats, all of which are listed below.

How UniPDF Converts PDFs

UniPDF is a desktop program for Windows that converts PDFs. It lets you import a single PDF that's stored on your computer.

In the settings are options for changing the language of the program, choosing where to save converted files, and picking which Word and/or image file format (from the list below) will be used when converting the PDF to Word or an image format.

If you need to convert more than one PDF to Word at once and/or you want an online alternative (doesn't require a software download), try FreeFileConvert.

UniPDF Output Formats

DOC, RTF, JPG, BMP, TIF, PNG, GIF, PCX, TGA, HTML

UniPDF Limitations

This free PDF to DOC converter limits your usage to three conversions per day.

While some PDF converters let you convert multiple files at once, UniPDF doesn't support batch conversions unless you pay for UniPDF PRO. The paid edition is also the only way you can legally use UniPDF in a commercial/business environment.

As you can see from the output formats listed above, UniPDF doesn't support the newest DOCX format used in Microsoft Word.

PDF to DOCX is supported in other PDF converters, PDFMate PDF Converter Free being one example.

Final Thoughts on UniPDF

UniPDF is super simple to use. You can drag and drop the PDF into the program in a snap and then quickly select any of the preset output formats to use as the conversion type.

Something you might find to be an annoyance is that if you're switching the Word format to be DOC or RTF (the only two document file formats supported in UniPDF), you have to go into the settings to do it. It's not hard to do but it is an extra step that some PDF converters don't make you do.

We converted a few PDFs to the DOC format and found that the font, images, and text were all in the correct places and looked nearly identical to the PDF, only editable, which is great.