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PDF To Excel Conversion Failure: What You Should Know

In this tutorial, we will show you how to convert PDF to Excel using the free Adobe ACR Reader on Windows, with a PDF file. What you are going to learn today is the easy process of extracting text from PDF files. Once this is done.

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Hi this is Rahim Zulfikar Ali from X will be Smith Private Limited and today in this video we will be learning that how to import data from PDF file to Microsoft Excel so primarily whenever we we have a PDF file data so we download from the website just like I have opened straight Bank of Pakistan website and on this website we have a PDF document so as you know that when we have a PDF we save this PDF document into onto our hard drives and then we then we need to have a converter and a software that converts PDF into Excel so now it's very easy to convert the PDF file data into a text able format in into Microsoft Excel by using the data tab to get in transform data and here actually the power Curie has given us a power to import the PDF file into the Microsoft Excel and then converting it into a text able form but remember that one thing that your PDF file must be OCR based OCR means optical character recognition most of the times in the PDF files we have a lot of images or our skin scanned images and scanner does not primarily do the OCR on that document but most of these scanners we run the OCR on that scanned document so that later on it could be easily converted into a different application to have that text available so it's very easy to convert the PDF documents import into the Microsoft Excel and convert into a readable text so let me do a quick demonstration in this video for that you need to go to data tab and here you will find a group of get in transform okay and if you are using...