Can you convert a PDF file into an Excel file? It is possible to save/convert an Excel file to a PDF file. It is possible to insert/imbed a PDF inside of a spreadsheet (as an image). I am not sure of a currently available option to convert a PDF file format to an Excel file format. However, if the contents of the pdf document is presented as a table (columns, rows), the information might be copied and pasted into an Excel worksheet.
Does Excel support importing of PDF/X-PS Exif frames from files (in addition to PDF frames) in the context of the worksheet? I am unsure if the Excel functionality to display/insert PDF frames is used in other formats (X-PS, JPEG, etc.), in PDF or in Excel. The main differences between PDF, PDF/X-PS (I think it is called as XPS to distinguish the two), etc. include: The PDF file formats have no “metadata” (the page number, date or page title from which the file was created) and they are usually not scanned, embedded with code. This means that the contents of the PDF is present in the Excel file, and it is not possible to directly import the data. However, if the contents of the PDF are displayed as a table (columns, rows), the information might be copied and pasted into an Excel worksheet. Please share this question with the community.