Able2Extract (A2E) enables users to view and convert data from PDF, HTML, and Text formats into formatted Excel spreadsheets and Word, HTML, and Text documents. Users can select and convert financial tables and other tabular data directly into Excel.
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Able2Extract (A2E) enables users to view and convert data from PDF, HTML, and Text formats into formatted Excel spreadsheets and Word, HTML, and Text documents. A2E is a powerful conversion tool that allows users to select and convert tables or text from one data format into another. A2E allows users to better utilize data in certain formats such as financial information and database reports. For example, users can select and convert financial tables and other tabular data directly into Excel rather than inputting the data manually, i.e. PDF to Excel, PDF to Text, HTML to Excelâ€¦ A2E is a standalone Windows application that does not require Adobe Acrobat.
Licensing: In addition to the full license for $89.95, a 30-day subscription license is also available for $19.95.
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