Importing a PDF into Excel can be a bit tricky because Excel is not a dedicated PDF editor, but it’s possible to extract data from a PDF and bring it into an Excel spreadsheet. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to do it using Microsoft Excel. Please note that the quality of the results can vary depending on the complexity of the PDF and its formatting.
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- Start by opening the Excel spreadsheet in which you want to import the PDF.
- In the Excel ribbon, click on the Data tab.
- Click on Get Data and then select From File.
- Choose From PDF from the dropdown menu.
- Locate and select the PDF file you want to import.
- In the Navigator pane, select the data you want to import from the PDF. You may need to adjust the data range and format according to your requirements.
- Click the Load button to import the selected data into Excel.
Please note that the accuracy of data extraction from a PDF can vary, especially with complex formatting. You might need to do some manual adjustments after the data is imported.