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How can I Convert an Adobe Reader File to an Excel File?

  • By MayRichard204
  • 14 Mar, 2017

Adobe Reader is a popular portable document format (PDF) reading program from Adobe Systems. PDF files are created from source material that is viewable without the program with which the file was created. In this article, we are providing you few steps to convert an Adobe Reader files to an Excel File. If you have any query related to Adobe products then you can interact with us by dialing the provided support number for Adobe. Adobe reader can convert PDF data into a format that is usable in other programs, such as Excel.

Following are the steps:

Step1 - initially, you have to launch Adobe Reader and then open the PDF file that you want to convert to an Excel file. You can download the Adobe Reader for free from the Adobe website. Now you have to click once on the "File" menu and once on "Open." Make use of "Look in" menu on the "Open" dialogue box to open the folder in which the PDF file is located. Now double-click on the PDF file name, in order to open it in Reader.

Step2 - now you have to click once on the “File” menu and then select the "Save as Text" option to launch a "Save As" window, make use of the "Save in" menu to open a folder in which to save the text file. Enter a name for the text file into the "File name" space and then click once on the "Save" button, in order to save the changes

Step3 - later on, you have to launch Microsoft Excel. Then click once on the "Data" tab and once on the "From Text" button on the "Get External Data" section.  

Step5 - at the last step, makes use of the "Text Import Wizard", in order to import the data from the PDF file into Excel. Then select the "Delimited" option and then click once on the "Next" button. Now you have to choose the appropriate delimiter based on the type of data that was used in the PDF file and then click once on the "Next" button. Thereafter, you have to select a data format based on the data that was in the PDF file and then click once on the "Next" button. The data from the PDF file will now be populated in the Excel file.

Do not fumble, if you will not get the desired result after following these steps, just dial Adobe helpline number Canada 1-844-888-3870 , Our technical expert will immediately response you with another appropriate resolution.


By MayRichard204 14 Mar, 2017

Adobe Reader is a popular portable document format (PDF) reading program from Adobe Systems. PDF files are created from source material that is viewable without the program with which the file was created. In this article, we are providing you few steps to convert an Adobe Reader files to an Excel File. If you have any query related to Adobe products then you can interact with us by dialing the provided support number for Adobe. Adobe reader can convert PDF data into a format that is usable in other programs, such as Excel.

Following are the steps:

Step1 - initially, you have to launch Adobe Reader and then open the PDF file that you want to convert to an Excel file. You can download the Adobe Reader for free from the Adobe website. Now you have to click once on the "File" menu and once on "Open." Make use of "Look in" menu on the "Open" dialogue box to open the folder in which the PDF file is located. Now double-click on the PDF file name, in order to open it in Reader.

Step2 - now you have to click once on the “File” menu and then select the "Save as Text" option to launch a "Save As" window, make use of the "Save in" menu to open a folder in which to save the text file. Enter a name for the text file into the "File name" space and then click once on the "Save" button, in order to save the changes

Step3 - later on, you have to launch Microsoft Excel. Then click once on the "Data" tab and once on the "From Text" button on the "Get External Data" section.  

Step5 - at the last step, makes use of the "Text Import Wizard", in order to import the data from the PDF file into Excel. Then select the "Delimited" option and then click once on the "Next" button. Now you have to choose the appropriate delimiter based on the type of data that was used in the PDF file and then click once on the "Next" button. Thereafter, you have to select a data format based on the data that was in the PDF file and then click once on the "Next" button. The data from the PDF file will now be populated in the Excel file.

Do not fumble, if you will not get the desired result after following these steps, just dial Adobe helpline number Canada 1-844-888-3870 , Our technical expert will immediately response you with another appropriate resolution.


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