Converting Excel to PDFin a few seconds is not a wonder. And even if you need to convert Excel to PDF automatically, this article also can show you the way. The following part, I will show you the detail steps for the conversion.
I am not smart in file format conversion but with software Document Converter, I can be an expert in file format conversion. I can convert all the printable file to image file or PDF file. So converting Excel to PDF in batches is just a piece of cake for this converter. If you are interested in this topic, you can free download it to have a try. Here is the link for you, http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. If you need to know more about it, you have to visit its homage, I can not list all its functions here.
Here I will get to the point to show you the detail steps. First of all, I guess you have to get one copy of it on your PC. And once you install it to your PC, please double click its icon to get it started. Then you can use it.
Do the conversion automatically.
When you enter its interface, it is not hard to find a option named “File” on the top. Press it, and then you can find a sub option named “Monitor a special directory”. Choose it then you can add folders to be monitored. The following snapshots can help you understand this step better. Just click the button “Add”, you can add folder to be monitored. Meanwhile, you have to specify a output folder to be monitored. Just repeat this process; you can set many folders to be monitored. Once you add files to the specified folders, they will be converted at once.
Set the output file format.
As we need to convert Excel to PDF in batches, we should set the output file format as PDF by clicking the button “setting” and then enter “Base setting” tab. Then if you need to add PDF information, set password and save this PDF file in some special mode, you have to browse tabs in turns. When you finish the setting part, please click the “OK” button to back to its main interface.
Choose the output folder.
Click the button “Start” to choose a folder to save the converted files. Once you finish setting the output folder, the conversion from Excel to PDF will run automatically. This step is for the case that you do not specify the monitored folder. If you have chosen to monitor a folder, this step can be ignored. If you set the monitored folder, the conversion will be run automatically.
Now I will call an end for the conversion from Excel to PDF in batches. Thanks for your reading.