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Open your MS Excel file or simply create a new file. Go to \u201cFile\u201d menu at the left upper corner of the screen.

Open your MS Excel file or simply create a new file. Go to “File” menu at the left upper corner of the screen.

Select \u201cExport\u201d setting from the displayed options.

Select “Export” setting from the displayed options.

Select export option and click on "Create PDF/XPS Document\u201d icon directly below the Export setting. Now select \u201cCreate PDF/XPS\u201d option that is displayed below Create a PDF/XPS Document setting.

Select export option and click on "Create PDF/XPS Document” icon directly below the Export setting. Now select “Create PDF/XPS” option that is displayed below Create a PDF/XPS Document setting.

Another dialogue box would appear on the screen. now enter location,file in PDF. But to save in PDF format, select PDF option from drop down menu given beside \u201cSave As Type\u201d. and click"Publish\u201d button

Another dialogue box would appear on the screen. now enter location,file in PDF. But to save in PDF format, select PDF option from drop down menu given beside “Save As Type”. and click"Publish” button

Now your file is saved in PDF format. Read in more detail here: https://medium.com/@classicpdf/3-ways-to-convert-microsoft-excel-xls-xlsx-files-into-pdf-d4e6afe9da9d

Now your file is saved in PDF format. Read in more detail here: https://medium.com/@classicpdf/3-ways-to-convert-microsoft-excel-xls-xlsx-files-into-pdf-d4e6afe9da9d

Not all windows OS software allow the ability to convert a file into PDF and when you require to edit or convert different formats then you have to use a PDF converter (http://www.classicpdf.com/).

Not all windows OS software allow the ability to convert a file into PDF and when you require to edit or convert different formats then you have to use a PDF converter (http://www.classicpdf.com/).

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