Don’t waste time reentering data into spreadsheets. In the office or on the go, you can save PDF tables as formatted Microsoft Excel files and get down to business right away.
Convert PDF files to Excel.
Skip the data entry steps and tedious reformatting tasks, too. When you convert a PDF document to Excel with Acrobat, your data is preserved along with your columns, layouts, and formatting.
Work anywhere with the PDF to XLSX converter.
In a browser or on a mobile device, you can turn PDF tables into formatted Microsoft Excel spreadsheets that are easy to edit and analyze — even when you’re out of the office.
Turn scanned tables into editable data.
When you need to work with data but you only have a paper printout, just scan to PDF. Then convert the data to text that can be edited and analyzed in Microsoft Excel.
Export just the PDF data you need.
When you don’t need to edit or analyze all the information in your PDF, select and export only the pieces you want using the Acrobat PDF to Excel converter.
How to convert a PDF file to Excel:
- Open a file in Acrobat.
- Click on the Export PDF tool in the right pane.
- Choose spreadsheet as your export format, and then select Microsoft Excel Workbook.
- Click Export. If your PDF contains scanned text, Acrobat will run text recognition automatically.
- Name the Excel file and save it in a desired location.
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