Hi Danny and welcome to the forum.
The short answer to your question is "No" but since you have indicated that you are starting with a pdf file there may be some potential for 'manipulating' how that is interpreted so that the text is spread wider and allows the columns to be repositioned (and maybe widened for the MCR columns, depends how the conversion reads things with adjusted values) so that you get columns free of the text from the description.
For a background starter check out the Help file for "PDF import" especially the "Output Scaling" section. Adjustnments here may help - don't worry of things get really wide, it can always be resolved later.
If that does not get you a result we may need to go down a more 'advanced' route - something that often happens with people new to Monarch it seems. Diving in at the deep end - or should we call it 'accelerated learning'?
Be sure to let us know how you get on.
I may seem rather extreme but sometimes PDFs can be like that.
Since all this is background stuff once the model works (providing future examples of the report follow pretty much the same rules on the pdf creation side of course ... ) it doesn't matter too much how one gets there!
Probably a good I dea to check a few future reports though as they come in. (I'm assuming this may not be a one-off analysis.)
Glad you got it to work and thanks for the update.