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Where is the Table/Formatted Text Select Tool in Acrobat 7 !!!?

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Wow- how frustrating.  I received an excel file which evidently was printed to PDF, so it is in pdf format.  I want to convert it back to excel. Back when I have Acrobat 5- it was a simple bang-bang operation using the Table/Formatted Text Select tool and Save as table.   I can't find these tools in our current version of Acrobat which is 7.  Can someone help?  I have lost about an hour this morning trying to figure this out.  Thanks!
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Hi

The v7 allows you to save as RTF from the File SaveAs option. This would bring the file via RTF into Excel.

Would that help?

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Better than nothing.  Thanks
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