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.
Then it’s just copy and paste into your text file and add commas again. If you are worried you won’t be able to read the data, copy it to a text file and OCR it before you import it into your spreadsheet. Here is all the information I found about the process 1st. There are several applications you can download to do OCR on images and PDFs. I used the free Acrobat Reader (Adobe Acrobat PDF/PDF Reader; Adobe Systems Canada Ltd). It is easy to set up and can work with text, image, and PDF. I also found Acrobat Reader to be good for some types of documents including this one. 2. To OCR text into PDF, turn on the OCR function and put on the screen where you want to place the text (on a white background). If the font is not large enough, turn on the font size option.