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How Do I Keep Formatting When Converting A PDF To Excel?

There’s no easy way I know of but having had to do that with a PDF report of lots of data (12 Pages), I had to select all tabular data on each page, copy it and paste into a text file. I then removed all commas before doing a find and replace on spaces and replacing them with commas. Finally I saved the file as a csv file and imported it into my spreadsheet. Even after all of that I spent a fair amount time aligning the data into proper columns. The previous assumes that PDF is text-based. If it’s image-based you need to OCR it first before doing what wrote. Then is it essential to carefully proofread everything to make sure the OCR didn’t screw up some numbers.

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Or make any mistake in the text or data. The best I have come up with is as follows: Read the document as is. Scan it, image it and OCR it. Then, save it as a PDF file. Open it in Excel and convert it to text using standard Excel text tools. Use the OCR to do a find and replace on the correct text. (Do this, not the OCR.) Write the text to a text file. And finally to a spreadsheet. The rest of the process is the same as before (inserting tables, merging data and so forth.) The main difference now is that I now have a set of data for each document. The data is as follows: — A comma separated list of the date, date format (Date + Year format), time, name, group, and user. — A table with all the information about the users of the computer. — A.