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How to get export pdf in adobe acrobat reader dc to handle columnar input data

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I'm using adobe acrobat reader dc to export a pdf inn excel format.

The input is a bank statement, containing transaction lines and text

lines. The first 7 transaction lines exported to excel look fine. Here is

a screenshot of those spreadsheet lines.

export pdf transaction lines(1).JPG

The remaining spreadsheet lines contain the expected data, but it's

not in columns as it should be.The exported spreadsheet lines from the next input page contain the

expect data, but it's not in columns AND the gridlines don't show.I'm speculating that the input data is

actually an excel table and thatthe export function is not finding the expected table control characters

in some of the input lines. I'm further speculating that the export function expects the transaction data

to contain only numeric data.

Has anyone here used the export to excel function successfully?

Thanks. Phillip.

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How to get export pdf in adobe acrobat reader dc to handle columnar input data

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Jul 12, 2019

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I'm using adobe acrobat reader dc to export a pdf inn excel format.

The input is a bank statement, containing transaction lines and text

lines. The first 7 transaction lines exported to excel look fine. Here is

a screenshot of those spreadsheet lines.

export pdf transaction lines(1).JPG

The remaining spreadsheet lines contain the expected data, but it's

not in columns as it should be.The exported spreadsheet lines from the next input page contain the

expect data, but it's not in columns AND the gridlines don't show.I'm speculating that the input data is

actually an excel table and thatthe export function is not finding the expected table control characters

in some of the input lines. I'm further speculating that the export function expects the transaction data

to contain only numeric data.

Has anyone here used the export to excel function successfully?

Thanks. Phillip.

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