How to convert scanned PDF to Excel (*.xlsx) on Mac?
Getting a lot of scanned data in Adobe PDF files on Mac? PDF Converter Pro for Mac extract the data from those files so you can focus on delivering results with OCR technology !
Tools needed here:
PDF Converter Pro for Mac: Normal and scanned PDF file conversion to editable Excel on Mac OS X.
- Drag and drop of PDF files
- Convert scanned PDF to editable Excel on Mac OS X
- Scanned PDF to XLSX based on different languages
- Convert all pages of PDF files into one sheet Excel
- Customize the specified page range of the conversion
- Convert the encrypted PDF files into Excel files
Requirement: Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6 or 10.7.
How to convert scanned PDF to Excel on Mac? Follow the steps:
First, download, install and run Mac PDF Converter Pro program. Here just take it as the example.
Step 1: Add scanned PDF files into the program
Drag the scanned PDFs to the main interface. After loaded, all scanned PDF files will be shown in the file list. You can batch convert PDF to Excel at a time.
Step 2: Set the output format & destination folder
Choose "File -> File Configuration" in the menu bar to customize the page ranges or select the "Excel Workbook (.xlsx)" for the output file. The default options are All pages and Ms Office Word (.docx) format.
And choose "PDF Converter Pro -> Preferences -> Destination" to set the output folder for the converted Excel files. The default option is to save the converted documents in the same folder as source.
Step 3: Convert scanned PDF to Excel on Mac
Click on the "Convert" button on the main interface, and it will convert the scanned PDF files one by one automatically.
When the conversion is finished, you can open the folder which contains the output files by clicking "PDF Converter Pro -> Preferences -> Destination -> Open" button.
Using PDF Converter Pro for Mac makes it a simple way of going about getting a Excel Workbook converted to MS Excel on Mac O X.