How to Print Excel to PDF Files
Are you looking for a way to print Excel to PDF document? Microsoft Excel worksheet makes it very easy for users to collect data. However, it isn’t the formal format people used to share or ship documents. Instead, people like to use PDF as the format for sharing among workmates and business partner, and shopping documents on the Internet.
To print Excel to PDF files, a third-party PDF tool is needed, because Microsoft doesn’t provide the feature “Print to PDF” in its operating system like what Apple has done for Mac OS X. Fortunately, there are workarounds. Here a third-party Excel to PDF Printer is needed. Instead of suggest you looking for a suitable tool on the Internet, I’d like to recommend you Wondershare PDF Editor, a professional Excel to PDF printer. With it, only in 2 steps, you’ll successfully turn Excel into PDF files. Read on to learn how to achieve your goal.
Step 1. Download and install Excel to PDF Printer
Click the download button to get the Excel to PDF printer. When you successfully download the installer, a prompt will appear. Click Run and follow the pop-ups to install the app on your computer. Separate Wondershare PDF Editor for Mac is available to print Excel to PDF on Mac. You can get the trial version to use on Mac.
Step 2. Excel print to PDF
Launch the Excel to PDF Printer by double-clicking the quick start icon on the desktop. Navigate to Home menu to reveal all the submenus. From here, you will see the option From File. Clicking it, a window will pop up, asking you to open the Excel workbook that you want to print to PDF format. Click "Open" to open it and save it directly as a PDF file on your computer.
On the right side of the window, you can see the option Combine. It lets you combines Excel workbooks and other types of files into a single PDF file. After clicking it, in the newly popped up window, click Add Files to import all the files you need. Click Combine to combine these files into a single PDF file.
See, this is how to print Excel to PDF documents in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista. It is very easy, isn’t it? Why not download the Excel to PDF Printer to have a try right now?
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