I am looking for good pdf conversion program like omni pro 18

i am looking for good pdf conversion software, like omnipage pro 18 by nuance, it is only supported by windows, what is good?

What are you trying to convert the pdf to (MS word, text, what)?
Here's one for word: PDF Converter
Possibly another way for word: How to Convert PDF to Word Document on a Mac

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