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How to export multipage tables to Excel and preserve formatting?

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I have a 33-page table that appears in several documents and I need to export the tables to Excel so that I can analyze the data.  The PDFs were scanned from hard copy and I performed OCR in order to make the characters recognizable.  How can I export all 33 pages simultaneously?  Is this possible?

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No, that is not possible. The export as table function only supports one page at a time, so you have to run this 33 times and combine the results in Excel.
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