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How convert .png table image file into Excel .xlsx format - with quality results

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#1 SugarHooves


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Posted 07 December 2015 - 08:14 PM

Hi ..


I have a good quality of .png format image files of a nicely laid out table image. I used .png because of the higher, to me, image quality.


Wearing out Bing/Google searches has given me many suggestions of online converts to free/trial applications with all very inconsistent quality results, i.e.: not worth the effort .  I tested converting the .png to .pdf image and .jpg image files to accommodate testing a wider breadth of programs with same inconsistent, i.e.: useless results.  I have some 80-120 image files I'd like to convert.


Cost is always a consideration, but I did not go into this without thinking I might need to purchase a converter/OCR to .xlsx package. I cannot seem to find one that says it works. I DO except the ability to trial/test anything before purchase.


Ideas? Suggestions?


Thank you in advance for your consideration.


Let me know.



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