Nowadays, managing your finances has never been easier. All documentation and information can be transferred online and you are just a click away from getting your job done. No more piles of documents, waiting in lines and dealing with “kind” bank workers. That’s history. Now you can work with your bank statements directly from your mobile device.
Unfortunately, the digital world isn’t perfect. It comes with imperfections and mistakes, as any other system. These things happen, it’s inevitable. But is there anything we can do about making bank statements easier to work with? Something like an eraser or an editor for PDF documents, since bank statements are usually in this file format?
Good news! There is an awesome app that will help you fix your bank statements quickly and efficiently.
PDF to Excel converts PDF bank statements into editable Excel spreadsheets on iPhone or iPad. It’s a free app that offers great conversion quality. Its very useful feature for all of you who usually communicate with your bank via e-mail and store files online is the option of converting Gmail attachments and files stored on Dropbox, Box, and OneDrive accounts. This is really convenient when you need to handle financial documents online, on the go.
How it works
PDF to Excel is very simple to use. Just follow these instructions to convert your bank statement:
1. Select a file you would like to convert.
2. Click on the Share button in the top right corner.
3. After finding PDF to Excel app in the OPEN IN menu, tap on it.
4. Just wait a little bit and you will find your converted file within the app.
After you get the converted file, you will need MS Office or any other Office related app that opens Excel files.
Now your bank statement is editable and you can make all the necessary changes.This is also applicable for invoices, receipts or any other PDF tables that require modification.
The only thing left is to download PDF to Excel and go back to peaceful finances management. Maybe this will increase your income, who knows?
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