How to convert PDF to XLSX

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Some people may come across a problem like this: you get a PDF document storing some useful information in table, maybe Name Directory or Statistics. You want to pull out the names and addresses from PDF table, and edit or modify the data. However, any editing in PDF documents is not an easy work, even if you have Adobe Acrobat.

As XLSX is the best format to edit and query data, so conversion from PDF to XLSX would be a considerable way to resolve the problems we encountered. Here I recommend AnyBizSoft PDF to Excel Converter, which can convert PDF to XLSX.

The conversion from PDF to XLSX is motherhood easy

Step 1: Download the PDF to Excel 2007 Converter and then install it.
Step 2: Load PDF files and set the storage folder.
Step 3: Click Convert and have a cup of coffee, the work would be over in minutes.

The advanced functions or features of the PDF to Excel Converter

1. Convert Batch PDF to XLSX

Maybe you have many PDF data documents to convert; you could directly and easily load them into the panel and start conversion. The program would not work out. It can deal with up to 200 files at a time.

2. Convert Partial PDF to XLSX

Not each page of PDF file has huge data to convert. Actually we just need to convert some pages. The PDF to Excel Converter enables you convert selected pages to XLS or XLSX. Check out the Product graphic above.

3. Convert Protected PDF to XLSX

The application allows you to convert owner password protected PDF to unlocked XLS or XLSX automatically. For user password protected PDF documents, you must type in the right password firstly to continue the conversion, or the protected file would be ignored.

4. Right Click to Convert PDF to XLSX

If you have just one PDF document to convert, you would not need to launch the PDF to Excel Converter. Just right click and choose "Convert with AnyBizSoft PDF to Excel". If you don't have this function, it would be that you didn't select the functional option. Reinstall it and it would be OK.

Note: Images in the PDF files are extracted out separately, and you can insert the images into the Excel spreadsheets flexibly after conversion. All the data, charts, and tables in the output files looks almost the same as in the original PDF files, so you don't need to reformat the converted files.

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Neville Berger has five years in PDF field. He spent most of the time in software and enjoy it very much. The article was originally posted from If you want to repost the article, please indicate the resource of the article How to convert PDF to Excel

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This article was published on 2010/10/18