Extract and sort email addresses, URLs and phone numbers easily!
Need to extract email addresses? URLs? Phone numbers? Remove duplicates? Or maybe you just need to sort out and group addresses in a clever way? Check it out!
- Extract email addresses (or URLs, phone numbers) from a PDF document
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Extract email addresses (or URLs, phone numbers) from a PDF document
- If you haven't got any software to open PDF files, Download and install the latest version of Adobe Reader.
- Open the PDF in Adobe Reader.
- Right-click the open PDF and choose Select tool.
- Try to select the content you want to copy.
This is the trickiest part, because your ability to select text depends on how the PDF was created:
- If the PDF was created by scanning a document, you will not be able to select any text. This is because the PDF file is encoded as an image instead of a text document. You can click and drag to create a selection box, but this will copy as an image instead of as text. See the next section for tips on converting the file so that you can select the text.
- If the PDF was created directly from a word processor, such as saved as a PDF in Word, you should be able to highlight text. Selecting large portions of text can be finicky, so try to make your copies in small chunks of text.
- If you want to copy an image, you'll need to drag a selection box around the entire image.
- Copy your selected content (select Copy from the Edit menu)
- On extractemailaddress.com :
- Paste it in the First step: Paste your text here box
And you are done!
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