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How do I bulk convert PDF to Excel?

There are many ways in which you could export information from a PDF document to Excel. Some of the common ways to extract tables from PDF to excel are Stream and Lattice. Depending on your need (one-time vs long standing), you may consider one of the solutions listed here.

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Stream The Stream function creates an Excel document. The Stream function extracts all the rows from the sheet, and creates a new Excel document. The columns go right to the left in a one-to-one correspondence. Example: Stream all the sheets from the sheet into a new Excel document: =Stream(Sheet1) You can easily check the Stream output with the Locate command: =Locate(Stream(“Summary”)) Example 2. Lattice The Lattice function creates an Excel spreadsheet containing only the rows, columns and indexes, but no sheets. If you want to create one “sheet”, the Lattice function takes care of that. Just specify one name for a row: =Lattice(Column1,Column2) Or, if you want to create an Excel document with one sheet per row: =Lattice(1,1,1,1) If you want the Lattice function to also create a table of indexes (i.e. a table of columns with rows and columns), use the Locate Command: =Locate(Stream(“Lattice”)) The Lattice function is especially useful when you want to create one sheet for.

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