I'd say it comes down to two.our Nitro PDF Professional and Pdf To Excel Conversion . As far as I'm aware, the rest of the converters out there are quite manual to work with. IMO a good PDF to Excel converter automatically detects tabular content in PDF files, discards unrelated content and leaves you with clean tables in Excel. Most don't do it, instead leaving you with a messy Excel file, or t force you to manually highlight the tables you want to convert. It uses the same underlying technology as our Nitro PDF Professional product.
It takes a few seconds to load and the conversion process is as fast as it can be. There are a lot of Excel features that will automatically work for you, such as the auto-completion of cell names and formulas, and smart indenting. This is actually a really clever feature, because it's much better for writing code than writing plain text, like many beginners find themselves doing. The conversion is only manual. It doesn't use any kind of artificial intelligence to pick the best table formats for each type of data you're working with. If you need to add or remove columns while converting, you'll lose some formatting options in the end, but I'm not sure what you'd do that anyway. As you can see from the screenshots, you can export the converted Excel file as a PDF or a PSD file. For those of us who use a tablet device, or prefer.