Convert Excel to image in batches.

I will share a way with you for converting Excel to image in batches by Document Converter which can be used to covert all the printable file to image file or PDF file. Also, this software can be free downloaded; here is the link for you, http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe . If you need to know more about this software, you can visit its homage, http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/index.html .

Document Converter has another name docPrint Pro which is the combination of CMD version and GUI version. In this article, I will use its GUI version to do the conversion from Excel to image in batches. Following the four steps can help you shorten the conversion time.

Step 1. Get one copy of this software to your PC.

There are many versions of this software stated on the website. If you are not satisfied with this version, you can choose others on the website. Click “Download” on the website, then you can see message which is to remind you to save the docPrint Pro. Just follow the installation reminder; you can install it on your PC in a few seconds. Once you succeed in the installing, there will be an icon on the desktop. Simply double click it; you can get this software started.

Step 2. Add files to it.

As we need to do the conversion in batches and we need to convert Excel to image, we can add all the files needed converting to this software. As to the adding ways, you can choose either one of followings.

1. Pick up all the files from your PC and put them in a folder, then drag all of them from this folder to converter.

2. Click the button “Add Files” to browse the containing folders to choose the files needed converting.

3. Press the option “File” on the top, and then choose corresponding items according to your needs.

Step 3. Set the target file format.

As we need to convert Excel to image, you can choose the one the following image format as your target file format, like PS, EPS, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PCX, PNG ect. This step can be processed by clicking the button “Setting” and then you can see a tab named “Base setting” in which there is a dropdown list for you to choose the target file format.

Step 4. Choose the output folder.

Click the button “Start” to choose a folder to save the converted files. Once you finish the setting part, the conversion from Excel to image will be run automatically. In the chosen folder, you can use the converted image file.

Now you can compare the source file and image file.

Source file.

source Excel file

Converted file.

excel file

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