|Import from PDF for Excel is an efficient and affordable solution to batch extract and convert almost any PDF data (e. g. invoice, bank statements, price lists, inventory lists) to an editable Microsoft Excel document or CSV file format in several minutes.|
Importing data from PDF to Excel is useful when receiving multiple invoices or reports in PDF format and require to batch extract the PDF data and save it to Excel retaining the original rows and columns used in the PDF files.
Key features of Import from PDF for Excel include:
- Save time by avoiding copy and paste with batch processing.
- Visual data extraction editor allow to define the output field columns, merge or split the field columns and more.
- Import and export sets of rules to used elsewhere or at another time.
- Ability to create one single CSV/XLS file from all PDF files.
- Extracts data from almost any type of PDF.
- Handles documents with different tables on different pages, documents with several tables on a single page, rotated pages, PDFs with tiny or unreadable fonts, PDF documents with a combination of fields and tables, and other types of PDFs.
- Convert long, multiple page PDF files by applying current "Table Structure" to multiple pages to speed up conversion.
- Excel mode options include: All PDF files to single Excel file in one sheet, each PDF file to a unique Excel file, or each PDF file to single Excel file in separate sheets.
- CSV mode options include: All PDF files to one CSV file, or each PDF file to a unique CSV file.
- PDF To Excel Command Line can be used as a Windows console utility to launch conversion of PDF files to Excel with specified parameters.