Uipath RPA read data from the PDF file and write to Excel file

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I want to convert the PDF file to an excel file in Uipath(RPA). eg, PDF files like Bank statements, Invoice.

Oct 16 in Others by Kithuzzz
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If you want to use UiPath and are not willing to develop something on your own. You could give public libraries a try. Maybe the ExcelActivies. Here are the steps on how to get it working:

  1. Download nugpk file enter image description here
  2. Embed that file in the package manager enter image description here
  3. Use the "Export Pdf to Excel" Activity.

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answered Oct 17 by narikkadan
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