Convert PDF to Overleaf
Mathpix Snip converts scientific PDFs to editable Markdown files, which can be exported to Overleaf.
PDF conversion optimized for scientific documents
Mathpix is the only PDF converter with high-accuracy OCR features developed specifically for scientific documents like research papers
Even PhD-level math, physics, and statistics.
High-accuracy for tables containing math symbols and full equations.
Converts the two-column formatting required by many major journals.
How to convert PDF to DOCX
1. Drag or upload your PDF into the Mathpix Snip web editor.
2. Enter the range of pages to convert. To upload full PDF, you can leave this option blank.
3. Mathpix auto-converts it to a new document editable in the app.
4. Click "Export" -> "Overleaf" in the top right corner of the page.
Our PDF conversion tools
Digitize PDFs, edit, and export with Snip
Use Snip to digitize all your PDFs and read them on any device. You can also create editable documents and export them to useful formats like LaTeX, DOCX, Markdown, and HTML.
Manage your PDF repository in your private cloud
Use all of the PDF processing features of Snip but with a self-hosted, fully contained solution.
Convert PDFs from the command line
Our MPX CLI command line tool converts PDF files on your local machine without needing to upload them online. You can also convert between file formats like LaTeX to Word.
Bulk PDF conversion using our API
Use the easy-to-implement Mathpix OCR API to convert PDFs to alternative formats like LaTeX and DOCX. Our PDF API (v3/pdf) enables document conversion at scale.
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