I'd say it comes down to two.our Nitro PDF Professional and Word To Pdf Conversion . As far as I'm aware, the rest of the converters out there are quite manual to work with. IMO a good PDF to Excel converter automatically detects tabular content in PDF files, discards unrelated content and leaves you with clean tables in Excel. Most don't do it, instead leaving you with a messy Excel file, or t force you to manually highlight the tables you want to convert. It uses the same underlying technology as our Nitro PDF Professional product.
It can convert a PDF to Excel, Word, Quicken, and probably more in the future! There is a lot to cover in this entry, so I'm only going to add in a few more links here. In addition, I have the first two of the links above, if you want to dive in more on the subject as well! Link One: A great article with an in depth look into the conversion process Link two: It discusses how to add a table of contents to Excel to save your work for later reference Link Three: A great way to convert text to PDF Link Four: An interesting look at using a .pdf to .MNG (a .mpg) converter We have a lot of ideas in this blog for people who are interested in converting text to PDF. We also have some cool sample templates for people to look at for guidance! But first things first. Here is the PDF version.