What do you mean you are “not allowed”. It’s typically easier for data extraction from the desktop Adobe Reader application. So was just wondering. Looks like to save it, it’s Ctrl+s keystroke
If you want to extract certain parts of the document, there are a few things you can try. One is using element activities. This will require that you activate a setting by doing Ctrl+Shift+5 before, which will allow you to select different elements.
as shown above.
However, the elements are not usually that easy to identify on PDFs. So, you may need to use Find image on the graph, then you can use Take Screenshot using the element variable. However, this also poses challenges because the image needs to be on the screen, and so you would need to perform scrolling actions inside a Retry scope to ensure the image will be on the screen and found. Then, to get the text, you can use Read PDF to Text and extract text by keywords.
BUT, if all you want to do is convert this document to a Word document, you can reference some searches online, as I am not entirely sure:
It would require you to save the document either way.