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You can use a free Online PDFbiner or a premium PDF editor on desktop. I use this platform - s s . Online PDF mergers are user-friendly. To get the desired result you just need toplete a few simple steps first open the specific online tool after that upload the units you want to merge from your device or cloud storage to a drag and drop box Once you've finished click the Start now button tobine the pages Finally download the newly created PDF to yourputer smartphone or tablet or save it to cloud storage continue editing if necessary
Sounds like a question from the OS wars. To some extent it is. I will give you my personal opinion based on 25 years in IT. I have started with 8bitputers with BASIC went through MS DOS first versions of Windows Unix System V Solaris AIX HP-UX. At home I was running Linux since the early days. For 5 years I had a chance in working in apany where we have been developing software entirely on Linux. I waspiling my OS every night (using Gentoo for most of the time). Overall uX of systems got my attention and love. But at some point I was a bit tired of configuring my XOrg server for dual display fixing issues in printer drivers and network card drivers. There it came Mac OS X - everything great from the uX worldbined with flawless usage of peripherals great UI consistent with every next version (not line MS Windows after Windows 7) unix experience with great terminals (I use iTerm with ZSH and VIM as main editor) almost everything that I develop on Mac - works the same way on Linux From personal observation - MacOSX can be used from both IT Professionals and from people who do not have idea whatputers do. Many people will say that it is a closed proprietary OS running only on expensive hardware. For me - I would say that with MacOSX I feel free - to develop both for iOS and Android Linux Docker even Windows and to have the full unix toolset that I need. PS Recently Linux distributions have grown a lot - there are so few issues from the past. Microsoft have also started integrating linux toolset and unix like shells. But once running on MacOS X - rarely someone goes back.
Programmatically or with Coding italic s can convert your Excel file to PDF using Code. is available in many platforms so you can use various programming languages e.g. C# Java JavaScript C++ PHP etc. It is also available in Cloud as RESTful APIs s . Please see the following sample code that converts Excel file into PDF in C# and Java using . Please also see the screenshot that shows the Sample Excel to PDF Conversion done by . Similarly you can convert any Excel file to PDF C# Load your source Excel file inside Workbook object code wb = new (); code code Specify PDF Save Options code PDFSaveOptions opts = new PDFSaveOptions(); code = ; code code Save workbook to PDF format. code ( opts); code Java Load your source Excel file inside Workbook object code wb = new (); code code Specify PDF Save Options code PDFSaveOptions opts = new PDFSaveOptions(); code (); code code Save workbook to PDF format. code ( opts); code Screenshot Excel 2 PDF using Thanks for reading and best regards.
I am sure there are others but I suggest looking at Adobe Acrobat. There are free tools that do the same thing. You can install one that gives you a print to PDF option and then stitch them all into one PDF at the end. If you want tobine content from multiple sources on a single page then you can paste things into Word or into PowerPoint and convert the result into PDF. There may be better options but this is what I am familiar with and uses tools that are either free or most people already have.
Ive done a fair number of VBA projects programs Time Management We had a small shop of 15 or so employees. They would fill out time cards that we would have to tally at the end of the week to calculate their hours worked and the total payroll requirement. I wrote a VBA program that automated the entire Time keeping process including payroll and job assignmentspleted. The users simply had to click on their name from a drop down menu on the screen and enter their password. Their time was automatically logged as either in or out the underlying spreadsheet determined the action to take based on their last log in out activity. At any time any employee could perform an inquiry as to how many hours they worked for the current pay period. This application wasplete with a splash screen (cool effect) and several reports. The payroll was up to date 1% in real time and employee checks could be cut at the click of a button. The time savings was incredible and considering some of the employees didn speak my language clicking a single Sign In Out button made things a lot easier. They understood Signed IN and Signed OUT very well. Another project involved creating a Project Gantt chart. Since we couldn't justify the purchase of Microsoft Project I wrote a very simple Gantt style task spreadsheet. The underlying formulas were ratherplex but it was well worth the effort. Another project came to me from a simple How do I graph this data? question. CSV files were used to record data from a heat soaking oven. Temperatures from several heat zones in the ovens were recorded every 15 minutes over the course of aplete thermal cycle that could last up to 24 hours. Each of the files needed to be transformed from CSV files to a formatted spreadsheet and the results plotted on a graph (temperature versus time). The customers wanted these charts as part of their certificate ofpliance requirements. I went a little overboard with this project (because I thought it would be fun to do). I created a file dialogue that allowed the user to select multiple files and create multiple reports at the click of a button. They could easily scroll through graphs that appeared on pop up forms and drill down into the detailed data. When they were satisfied with the reports they could print to PDF and email to the customer print hard copies or simply save the files for later processing all from within the application. The spreadsheet was able to process data on both Windows and Apple machines this was coupled with a little lesson learned as to how each OS treats carriage return linefeeds in raw data files. I created a raw HEX dump of the data to see how the CSV data was being interpreted inside my application. After all was said and done I even prevented Excel from ever appearing on the screen only my initial log in screen and related forms. They thought they had a custom app and Excel was no longer required. Of course I advised them otherwise. This was cool! My biggest project by far was aplete shop management software that served as a full MRP ERP software package. This was a small shop but all the elements were there. They are still using the application to this day (5+ years after I finished writing it!). A few improvements were made over the years since due to changes and improvements with Excel 216. It a perfect fit for what they do and they love it. Theyre not Excel orputer guru by any stretch but they know what they want and Excel coupled with some well written VBA deliver. Ive written numerous other applications with Excel VBA as well. Each has it own challenges and wow factors. Successfully integrating SQL queries to automate reporting in Excel was not that challenging per se but it great to know that Excel is a means for gaining access to data beyond the traditional workbooks and worksheets. The amount of money saved using Excel to perform database queries and reportingpared to front end customization from a software provider is tremendous. VBA is fun and what can be done with it is more than remarkable.
I am aputer engineer with 15 years of experience. I have created multiple python scripts (similar to many scripts described already ) for daily usage tasks. However my best python script would be facebook automation. The setup includes a selenium driver on firefox. The script is triggered once every 6 hours on a dedicatedputer. The scripts opens web browser and logs in with my account. Some of thing it can do are listed Parse my full friend list and create an xml with all relevant details. (This is important as later steps take action only on feeds from people in this created xml.) Scroll the feedpage and take actions on individual feeds. By default it will like any profile pic cover pic change. If other people congratulate my friend it can parse thement like the feed andment congratulation message. I am anonymous because most likely it against facebook policies to use this kind of scripts for daily interaction. EDIT 1 This edit section is for people who are interested in knowing how the whole script works. I will try to keep it minimal so that it doesn be too technical. The script has 3 main work areas Navigation Navigate to a webpage scroll the page etc. Action Take some action on specific element based on info collected. ordered-list Navigation Selenium driver gives the direct capability to launch a browser navigate to a scroll down etc. Hence this part is pretty much straight forward. Info collection This is one of the most hard parts. On firefox you can right click any element and inspect it . Inspect Element gives details of what the html code for an element looks like Here is a snapshot of what firefox shows when i inspect a friend name in my friends list. The class of div element is very important. I now know that whenever i will parse an element of this class it will have the details of my friend (name etc ) I first statically find these elements manually and then hardcode them in my script. I can now parse necessary elements and collect the information present in those via selenium. Selenium gives the api to extract each information of an element. For e.g. I can extract the href in above picture and i can save the of my friend. This example also covers first point of my script of how i created xml of all my friends. I need to parse my friends list only once and save it for future use until i add a friend. In a similar way we can parsements count events etc . Action Once we have collected the information we can apply our own programming logic to that information. For e.g if someone hasmented Nice picture we can post a similarment. Selenium provides the api to click on element in a area etc. So for like we simply click on Like element with that specific class. That all folks.
There is at least two ways you can do this. One way is to not use Excel at all and use the power of Windows Explorer. In your Explorer window select all the Excel files you wish to convert into PDF then right click your mouse and select print. In my windows 1 machine the default file was PDF. You might need to change the file by clicking the file drop down box. Excel opens each of the Excel files in turn asking you to print to PDF. It might also ask if you wish to save changes to your Excel files I clicked no at that stage. You can select the location of each PDF as it is created. The two Excel files and were converted into and respectively. The other way is to build a small macro in Excel to convert each of your files to PDF. You could record yourself converting one to PDF using the Macro Recorder then modify that code to extend it for multiple Excel files or use the Dir object to search the directory that contains the Excel files.