Converting Excel to PDF file with PDF Converter

by Guest Author on January 10, 2012

in Guest Posts, Software

As you know that PDF is a portable document format, which requires a special viewer such as Adobe Reader for viewing it. This program is so popular that it can be installed freely on all computers nowadays. But, Adobe Reader doesn’t allow you to convert different file formats to a PDF. Adobe has come up with their new PDF suites that allow conversions, but its high price is the major drawback. Classic PDF editor exclusive conversion features at an affordable price of $24.95 allow excellent conversions that make it a distinctive PDF editor.

Easily convert Excel to a PDF document with the Classic PDF converter. XLS is the file extension for Microsoft Excel also called a Spreadsheet application offered by Microsoft Office suite. In order to view a Spreadsheet, you need to have Microsoft Excel Viewer installed on your PC to view the XLS file(s). In terms of XLS conversion to PDF doesn’t require Excel viewer to be installed. With Classic PDF editor you can convert five hundred plus file formats to the PDF from any Windows software applications that have a print option, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, TIFF, JPEG, etc, as easy as printing the file. Convert not only your Excel files to PDF but also five hundred plus other file formats to PDF as well.  Now, convert your Excel files to the PDF files, or combine many different Excel files into a single PDF file with ease.

Why there is a need of XLS conversion to PDF?

XLS document is comparatively easy to edit (when it is not password protected) than the PDF document. But it requires conversion to PDF because of three main reasons that are stated below:

  • Secure exchange.
  • PDF files are smaller in size.
  • Quality of printing is better in PDF.

Video Demo of How to Convert Excel to PDF

Guest post submitted by a TechPatio reader who likes to convert Excel documents to PDF files 🙂

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Misha Krasnotsvetov January 10, 2012 at 21:53

Sometimes when I used other converters, the .pdf contained badly converted characters, because there was a problem with the font (that is my wild guess). Could you let me know if you had any issues like this?

I was always looking for a solid pdf-converter, especially for excel, to print my sheets in big formats etc. Going to give this one a try, thanks for the information.


Nika January 11, 2012 at 13:52

Excel and PDF is really difficult to understand, it needs a lot of time… thank you for a good information.. it will very help me in my work!


Helen J. Diez January 11, 2012 at 16:15

Wow! This is what I need! Is their any free trial of PDF editor?
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Levi Nash January 12, 2012 at 07:56

Actually I’m planning to convert my files into PDF and hopefully share it to everyone by the aide of document submitting sites. I’m having a hard time looking at it, thanks for the tutorial. It’s really useful for me.


Alex Braker January 12, 2012 at 08:27

it is cool application now it would become easier to convert some important data presents in XLS format to PDF one. Places like business conference and presentation, ODF documents are given higher priority and Converting XLS data to these documents would be useful.


Adeline January 12, 2012 at 12:03

I’m not sure why you need to go for a separate PDF app when you can just use Excel itself to do the job. Am i missing something?
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Anna January 12, 2012 at 14:02

Useful tool. Is this program also available for Android?
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karan January 12, 2012 at 16:18

i remember i once had to do the opposite of this i.e convert pdf to excel. I finally did it with a free software after searching for hours. So i guess you can find free softwares for this task too or atleast trials.
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vishvast January 12, 2012 at 16:40

very nice i was finding for that one really nice tool thnx for the info
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Marty January 12, 2012 at 22:05

Great tool for anyone working in an office.
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Ann January 13, 2012 at 17:59

Hi there,
That is a wonderful price compared to adobe’s price. And the ability to convert so many types of files is terrific. Can wait to get it. Thanks for sharing.
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Cindy January 13, 2012 at 22:36

Really nice text, I haven’t heard about this app yet. I’ve always used to convert any files to pdf with a pdf printer. There are many softwares for it, and the most of them are freeware. For example, the Amyuni pdf converter.
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Troy January 17, 2012 at 20:51

Where are my fellow Apple users? Printing to PDF is a built-in capability. So if I want to create a PDF from Excel — I print. Wonderful.

Now one place where that fails to deliver is with embedded links. For example to develop a PDF ebook that links out to additional resources. The print to PDF capability makes them “look” like links, but they don’t work.

I have read that using Apple’s Pages application can save to PDF in a way where the link are both rendered correctly AND they are functional. I haven’t given it a try, yet.

So … in a long winded way of saying it, “I love my Apple”. 😉

PDF files are an excellent way to share content portably and reliably.
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Mike Reeson January 18, 2012 at 19:52

Great post. When sending a spreadsheet people can change the cells, so converting them to pdf is great.


shaikh zafar January 21, 2012 at 05:35

Really useful post. This is very easy and simple process. This will save my lots of time. Thanks for sharing such a useful stuff.


Julie January 27, 2012 at 07:17

Personally, I actually think the easiest way to convert Excel to PDF is to upload to Google Docs, then download as a PDF file.


Mark March 14, 2012 at 14:34

The video demo is pretty cool. Thanks for the tips. Actually, there are free pdf creation software out there and works great, one the best is NitroPDF, you can check it out.

Beside, if you are on a mac, you can convert pdf to jpeg on mac osx with wondershare pdf converter for mac, better choice for Adobe acrobat.
My PDF Conversion tutorial: convert pdf to jpeg on mac


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