How To Convert Excel Spreadsheet To A PDF File

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A spreadsheet is a file of cells in rows and columns and can help arrange, calculate and sort data in numeric values, text, formulas, functions, and references.

In Excel, you can enter data in one cell, in several cells at a go, or more than one worksheet at once when you want to enter data manually. You can then format the data in many ways with some settings you can adjust to make work easier.

Conversion of excel files to PDF is in high demand these days and an online resource. When an astounding type of conversion device converts files, it is secure and safe.  A high-tech online converter can prevent online users from editing the original data posted.


How do you then convert your spreadsheets to a PDF file? There are several possible ways of converting Excel spreadsheets to a PDF file  that allows exporting tables and saving 

worksheets and workbooks to a PDF as discussed below:

Save as PDF

It is the most common way used to convert an Excel spreadsheet file to PDF. Go to the File tab, go to the save a copy tab, select PDF as the file type, then press the save.

Click on the more options link below the file type selection to change the save location or access other advanced PDF file options. It will open up the save us the menu and navigate to a new save location and access the advanced options for PDF files.

Export as PDF

To export your Excel file as PDF, go to the File tab, go to the export tab, select Create PDF/XPS Document, and press. It will open up the Publish as PDF or XPS menu and, you can choose the location to publish and access the advanced PDF options.

Publish as PDF Quick Access Toolbar Command. 

To avoid going to the File tab, you can add the Publish as PDF command to the quick access toolbar. It will open up the Excel options menu and,  you can add the Publish as PDF or XPS Command from here.

Make sure you are on the Quick Access Toolbar tab in the menu options. Select All Commands, scroll down and select Publish as PDF or XPS, press the add button to add the command into your selection of Quick Access Toolbar commands and,  press the OK.

Email As PDF Attachment Quick Access Toolbar Command

It converts your Excel file to PDF then creates a new email message with the PDF attached without any code required. Click on the quick access toolbar and choose Customize Quick Access Toolbar from the menu. You can add the Email as PDF Attachment command in the Excel options menu.

Make sure you are on the Quick Access Toolbar tab in the options menu, select All Commands, scroll down and select Email as PDF Attachment, press the add button to add the command into your selection of Quick Access Toolbar commands, and press the button.

Use Lua Converter

Lua is a free document converter that allows you to convert Excel to PDF files online. This converter produces the best as it converts high-quality files,  gives you an advantage of converting PDF to PNG, DOC, Excel, JPG, PPT, and HTML files, or converts to pdf on the cloud.

Convert File to PDF in Power Automate

You can convert PDF files as part of some automated process. This is the help of a Power Automate action that can convert files. The file you want to convert is saved in OneDrive.

You will first have to convert the file by adding a Convert File action from the OneDrive connector. Select the file you want to convert,  then select PDF as the Target type for the conversion.


Creating the file will then follow by adding a Create File action from the OneDrive connector. Select the folder where you want to create the PDF, give your PDF file name and make sure to end the name with the .pdf extension.

Press the dynamic content button and add dynamic content for the file content using the content created to form the Convert file OneDrive action.


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