Good question?! The answer to this is . build an Intelligent app! Now, how do you do this? Well, if you know how to program in Visual Studio then you can use Microsoft Azure services that trains a model to read and understand your PDF forms so that the data is extracted and put into a table for you! Have a look at this website. There is a service called “Forms Recogniser” that solves your problem. I think you can, even, use that service, in PowerApps. That is, build a forms recogniser service application that reads your PDF files. What is Form Recognizer? - Azure Cognitive Services Though I just noticed something! Oops!
Greg Thomas’s Answer: Although Google Drive is very nice, there isn't a Word format converter currently. In order to convert your PDF documents to Word, you can choose 'Create a doc with the PDF format'. Then, 'Open'. When prompted, choose Word for the 'text editor'. This would only work for the document shown in Greg's photo. I don't know what this looks like in another document. (If this was not a question, I would have assumed you had a PDF in a .docx or .doc format. Otherwise, my response would have been different. Unfortunately, it seems most people do not have .doc and .docx files in Google Drive. However, if you do, you will have a .doc file. You will also need a PDF reader with the .doc extension. The free Google Docs app for Mac and PC, the Google Docs app for Android, the official iOS PDF app,.