Doc, .docx, .xls, etc… Excel 2023 + 2010. To print my .XLS file select —print as XLS file” from the print dialog. You can then choose any of the print formats. I found there are several tools you can use to create a PDF from an Excel sheet. I used Microsoft Reader to convert my text to a PDF. You can download the reader here. I found the software very easy to use. The text file does not have a page break that I need to remove. I can create a page break manually, manually by selecting and editing the cell formula in cell A1 to insert into the column of my choosing to have a page break. As the name suggests, a conversion to print is the process of converting the original spreadsheet to a PDF. Most commonly this will involve: converting the Excel spreadsheet to a PDF format, then using the PDF software to create the document. In this tutorial you will learn how to convert a spreadsheet to an Excel .pdf using Word. For this tutorial, you will simply convert an Excel spreadsheet into a PDF. Let's begin with creating a new spreadsheet. Creating a New One You will see that I have added a table called “Example”. I have made one table, one column, one row, for this sample, which looks something like this: Your name: Your cell information: Your sample data: Your name: Your cell information: You can create this spreadsheet on any spreadsheet application (Excel, QuickBooks, etc…) that you are familiar with. I use Excel, which is what I use here. Now it's time to go to Word. Go to the Download tab, then click on the link for the spreadsheet for our tutorial: Example Spreadsheet to Convert into a PDF. As a template, create a new document in Word: New Document or Open Document. I like to place my sheet in a different sheet on the ribbon. I will place mine where it's the first sheet on the left: Now it's time to click on the Tools/Options button, which will open the document properties. In the next window, check for the 'Import' button, which will allow us to import this template as a .doc file. Now the spreadsheet we are using is on our Word file. Let's open the Word file in Excel.