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Open a workbook. On the File tab, click Save As. Click Browse. Select PDF from the drop-down list. Click Options. You can publish a selection, active sheet or entire workbook. Click OK and then Click Save.
After open an excel docuemnt, Use mouse right-button to drag to select cells which you want to print in one page. > Setup the right margins as paper size margins. > Use Scale to Fit to avoid cutting page head or bottom part off.
Quit Excel if it is already open. Choose File> Create PDF> Batch Create Multiple Files. In the Batch Create Multiple Files window, click the Add Files button and choose whether you want to process individual files or Folders, Click OK.
Open a workbook. On the File tab, click Save As. Click Browse. Select PDF from the drop-down list. Click Options. You can publish a selection, active sheet or entire workbook. Click OK and then Click Save.
Open Excel > Click on the View tab > Select page break view > Drag the page breaks to the size you want displayed in the PDF format. Now try to save as PDF and this should cover larger area within the PDF file. It just compresses it to a A4 view, making the data unreadable.
Open a workbook. On the File tab, click Save As. Click Browse. Select PDF from the drop-down list. Click Options. You can publish a selection, active sheet or entire workbook. Click OK and then Click Save.
Drag and drop your file to the Excel to PDF converter. Wait as the tool saves the spreadsheet to PDF format. On the result page, continue to modify the output file if needed. Otherwise, download, share or save the file to Dropbox or Google Drive.
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