Recosoft ships PDF2Office® for iWork® 2017 – Convert PDF to Apple Pages, Keynote and Numbers on macOS

Osaka, Japan, September 8, 2017 – Recosoft Corporation the developers of PDF converter software and plug-ins for Adobe® InDesign®  has shipped PDF2Office for iWork 2017 the latest version of its PDF to Apple Pages, Keynote and Numbers conversion utility for macOS.

PDF2Office for iWork 2017 is a major new release of the popular PDF to Pages, Keynote and Numbers converter for the macOS. PDF2Office for iWork 2017 has a completely re-designed interface taking advantage of the latest macOS technologies. Additionally, PDF2Office for iWork 2017 contains a native PDF previewing and navigation interface.

PDF2Office for iWork 2017 converts PDFs to Numbers, Keynote and Pages files by recreating the layout of the document; forming paragraphs; applying styles; regrouping independent graphic elements; extracting images; creating tables automatically.

“Recosoft pioneered PDF conversion technology for the Mac in 2003 with PDF2Office; by releasing PDF2Office for iWork 2017 we have delivered the best PDF to Apple Pages, Keynote and Numbers conversion technology to date”– Paramjit Chadha, MD, Recosoft Corporation”

PDF2Office for iWork 2017 allows you to recover, reuse and re-source the contents stored in PDF files making it available for use within the Apple Pages, Keynote and Numbers.

Key New Features

  • Modernized user interface

    The entire user interface has been rebuilt from ground-up using modern macOS technologies providing an integrated PDF viewing, navigation and conversion interface.

  • Batch convert multiple PDF files to different formats at once

    A conversions pane has been included allowing multiple files to be converted to the Apple Pages, Keynote and Numbers format at once.

  • Area select tool

    An Area select tool has been included which allows specifying a particular area in a page to be converted to the target file type.

  • PDF to Image conversion

    PDF-to-JPEG and PDF-to-PNG conversions are supported when using the Area select tool.

  • PDF Reconstruction v7.0 engine

    PDF2Office for iWork contains the latest PDF Reconstruction v7.0 engine offering enhanced conversion fidelity and stability.

  • Support for latest macOS

    PDF2Office for iWork has been enhanced to operate with the latest versions of macOS (macOS 10.9.x and above).

PDF2Office for iWork 2017 is available immediately from the Mac App store as an In App purchase for US$29.99 with a limited free-to-use option for 14-days.

System Requirements for PDF2Office for iWork 2017

Mac OSMac OS X 10.9.x and higher
HardwareIntel based Mac
ApplicationiWork ’09 or higher to view and edit converted files

Recosoft Corporation has pioneered PDF2Office®, the de-facto PDF-to-Excel, PDF-to-Word, PDF-to-PowerPoint, PDF-to-OmniGraffle conversion utility; PDF2Office® for iWork, the PDF-to-Keynote, PDF-to-Numbers and PDF-to-Pages conversion application; ID2Office, the InDesign-to-Word, InDesign-to-PowerPoint converter; and PDF2ID® the de-facto PDF-to-InDesign conversion tool. The company is a leader in designing and delivering PDF converters and InDesign software solutions enhancing workflow automation and productivity. For more information on Recosoft PDF converters and InDesign related solutions, visit

Contact Information

Recosoft Corporation
Hommachi 1-5-6, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan
Fax: +81-6-6260-5543
©Copyright 2017 Recosoft Corporation

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