VBA Macro to bring file from pdf to excel

Is it possible to bring in pdf into excel using a VBA macro?
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
You really need conversion software to this and the result is not usually very good. Able2Extract is one of the better ones.

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AiyshaAuthor Commented:
To avoid third party software maybe I should import pdf to word and then to excel..write a macro to include these two steps.
The problem is that the objectives of .pdf, and that of .wkb  and .doc files are completely different. Pdf files are only concerned with presentation, i.e. what it looks like. Conversion to another format does not know how to respect the original format. Word and Excel does the same thing when printing, but does a dynamic conversion when actually printing, so maintaining the original source for modification, reformatting and reprinting as necessary.

I have used OCR packages to convert .pdf documents to Word where the source must have comprised a number of  tables. The result will print almost as well as the .pdf but cannot be easily used as a new data source. While the data is presented in position, it is in multiple text boxes. They are placed accurately, but are very difficult to bring back to their original table(s).
What does your PDF look like?
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
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