Form To Excel’s newly announced application can extract and move data from various form fields, including PNG, JPG/JPEG, TIFF, and PDF files, scanned and faxed forms, as well as phone scans, for further manipulation in Excel format. The company recently completed the beta phase for the tool and released it to the public on March 1, 2023.
More details can be found at https://www.formtoexcel.com
Following the recent launch, potential users are given the chance to take advantage of the Form To Excel tool by creating an account at no cost. The account provides them with the opportunity to upload ten pages per month, or 10MB of file uploads, and save them as Excel files.
Form To Excel also offers two additional options, the basic and pro packages, which allow users to gain access to additional capabilities and data amounts. The basic package, for instance, lets users upload 100 pages per month with a 10MB file limit and an output file expiration timeframe of 45 days, as well as the ability to save their work as Excel files. The pro package provides the same features but comes with an increased load number of 1,000 pages per month.
With Form To Excel, users can take an old static file, such as a printed form or an uneditable JPEG, and convert it into a digital file for electronic editing. This creates significant time savings by eliminating the need to print and manually change the content in these forms. Early adopters have reported Form to Excel subscriptions demonstrating positive ROI within the first uses.
In addition to its data extraction tool, Form To Excel also maintains a robust library of articles covering various data manipulation topics. Among the topics researched are signing a document electronically, converting various file types, best practices for importing data, and other technical how-tos for readers seeking to improve their analytic proficiency.
Additional details can be found at https://www.formtoexcel.com
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