With the Tabello Chrome Extension, you can copy any table from PDF to Excel (or any other spreadsheet) directly from your browser.
If you haven't already done so, start by installing the Google Chrome web browser. Then follow these steps to get started.
Go to the Tabello Chrome Extension in the Chrome Web Store and click "Add to Chrome". When asked if you'd like to add Tabello, just click "Add extension".
Open any PDF in your Chrome browser.
You can also open PDFs from your computer by dragging them to Chrome or right-clicking on the PDF and choosing "open with Google Chrome".
Activate Tabello by clicking on the logo in the top right corner of the browser bar.
Once you have selected the table, you will be shown a preview of the data.
If the data looks good, click "Copy to Clipboard" to copy the whole table to your clipboard.
Open Excel, Google Sheets or any other spreadsheet that you want to use and simply paste the table data (by either selecting "Paste" in the menu or CMD + V on a Mac or Ctrl + V on a PC).
Now you're done and can get to work analyzing the data.
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There are a few different ways to copy a table from PDF to Excel that I'll go through in this post. Unfortunately, you can't copy data directly from PDF to Excel without losing the formatting.