When you need to take or print an Excel, you should better convert Excel to pdf then it will be much safer. If you need to convert Excel to pdf, please refer to this article then you can finish the conversion in a second.
I convert the Excel to pdf by softwarewhich is not only a converter that nearly can convert the entire printable file such as doc, PDF and Excel to any other file formats such as PPM, TGA, TIFF, AVS, JBG, JP2, PDF, PS, EPS, WBMP, XBMP, XPM, etc but also a printer driver that saves ink, paper and time by controlling printed output, it supports print 2, 4, 6, 8 or 16 pages on a single sheet of paper, it also supports scale A0, A1, A2, A3 papers to standard Letter or A4 paper sizes.
See the detail operation here:
1. Downloadto your PC.
This is the link for downloading http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/index.html
Once you download it successfully, there will an icon which looks like a magnifier show up on the desktop, double click it then you will enter its homepage. If you can read the PAQ and manual on its website carefully, it will be much easier when you use it.
2. Add the doc file to it.
There are many rows in the blanks. Simply drag the file to each blank if it is kept on the desktop. If the file is not kept on the desktop, you have to click the button “Add files” to add your doc file. I will take a random doc file for example to illustrate the adding step.
3. Choose the target file.
Click the setting button then go the base setting label, you will see the output file format option, drag the drop-down list to choose pdf, like I did in the picture.
4. Set limitations for PDF file.
If you need to set password, please go to PDF security label to set it. If you need to add information such as title and subject, please go to PDF info menu label. If you need to set a folder to keep the PDF file in advance, please go to save PDF mode label.
5. End the conversion.
If you have finished the setting part, you can click the button start to end the conversion. A few seconds later, you will get the PDF file in the appointed folder.