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Excel has cells in rows and columns. A PDF view may have some of the cells blank. If you convert the PDF to Excel, only the rows that have data in all of the cells are converted properly. The rows with blank cells are relocated elsewhere on the page, corrupting the spreadsheet. Is there a way to convert a pdf to Excel and keep the data in the correct rows and columns?
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