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Converting PDF to excel

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I converted a PDF file to Excel and it seems one of the rows that has an important number changed to 0 on the end.  Why did it change?  How do I keep all formatting the same as it appears in the PDF file?

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Converting PDF to excel

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I converted a PDF file to Excel and it seems one of the rows that has an important number changed to 0 on the end.  Why did it change?  How do I keep all formatting the same as it appears in the PDF file?

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I don't think you'll be able to always keep the exact same formatting when exporting a PDF table from Acrobat to an MS Excel document unless you  get some hands on in the export preferences and do some trial and error.

 

You need to be more specific about which steps did you followed, what operating system , which version of Acrobat and MS Office are you using. And maybe post a screenshot (if possible).

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