Reviewing applications for PDF file conversion, I found a very friendly application called SanPDF. SanPDF not only converts PDF files to docx/doc, xlsx/xls and pptx/ppt formats and from those formats to PDF, but also adds tools for split, merge, protect and unlock PDF documents, all in the same application. I prefer the PC version because it contains all these tools together, instead of the web version. From the PC version, I love the possibility of opening and operating each tool in a separate tab. Additionally, I have used the application in its PC version for free, considering the option of registered user (the other free option is unregistered user), because it allows me to work on PDF files that do not exceed 10 MB and up to a number of 100 daily conversions.
However, the reason for creating Excel or Word would be completely lost in the conversion process. _________________ —G The 'Oldest' 'Free' and 'No Credit' Website on the Web Today Forum Leader: 'Mongoose' Member#: 54628 Join Date: Mar 2008 Chapter/Region: MAIN Location: Cambridge, UK Vehicle: 2004 WAX w/ 2.5L (OEM) The only way to “see” the conversion is to try and make an Excel workbook out of the whole PDF. I am not aware of any, and, considering the PDF format, it would be virtually impossible to convert any but the simplest (in terms of formatting) PDFs to Excel or Word. _________________ —G Quote: So, you have to have PDF for your data to be converted? I've run Excel programs on my spreadsheet, but never on any PDF or HTML file, because Excel is a spreadsheet, and there is no text in the HTML (which is just the markup language used by the HTML files). Quote: If the.