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How to extract PDF form  info into  SQL database AND /OR INTO SharePoint 2013?

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I am not a code per se. I have minimal coding skills but I am trying to find an eloquent ( as simple as possible solution to extract data entered into a FORM PDF and then had been submitted , put intoa SQL databas and OR into Sharepoint 2013.

Your expert advice is greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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If you google "extract PDF form data" you'll find a lot of low priced utilities to get the data, or you can export it from Acrobat.

If you care to post a sample form, I can probably knock up something to walk down a folder full of PDFs and write the contents to either a spreadsheet or a Access DB or SQL Server table.
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