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I tried doing this on MS PowerPoint 27 and it did what it was supposed to. There was no misbehavior in terms of alignment. However I have faced alignment issues when an MS-Office file is saved as PDF or PNG. (Specifically the vertical axis title of an Excel Chart changed from horizontal to vertical). You may try doing one of these 1. If you are using Microsoft Office's Save As PDF add-in try using an alternate converter like CutePDF (it solved the alignment issue of an axis title mentioned above) or a similar utility available for Mac. (Try Mac PDF Converter ) 2. If you aren't working with many slides you can try grouping all the boxes and arrows (going by your image) cut paste special as Picture (Enhanced Metafile). This way the alignment won't change. 3. Extremely crude method View each slide in Slideshow mode take a screenshot paste it in MS-Word (or Mac's equivalent of MS Paint) and convert the Word file into PDF
Hi Microsoft itself provide features to convert non corrupt PDF after open and solving it. You can do so by using following tricks You can use the Office programs to save or convert your files to PDFs so that you can share them or print them usingmercial printers. And you won need any other software or add-ins. Use PDF format when you want a file that Looks the same on mostputers. Has a smaller file size. Complies with an industry format. Examples include resumes legal documents newsletters files that are intended to be read only (not edited) and printed and files that are intended for professional printing. Manual Export Process(Windows) To export or save as PDF in your Office file on the File menu click Export or Save As . To see step-by-step instructions select an Office program from the drop-down list Manual Export Process(For IOS) To export your Word document or Excel workbook to PDF format on iOS tap the File button at the top left choose Export and then PDF . For Corrupt DOC File Export Procedure italic italic Regards Max Persian
A form? That's an unusual task SVG is a format for vector graphics not any sort of form-based data processing. Chances are if you have an SVG file it's not a form but a simple graphic (which may look like a form but does none of data entry or capture or processing). On the other hand you might have an actual web form which happens to use bits of SVG here and there. In both cases I'd rmend using the Opera free web browser for your initial conversion. You can open any HTML page with SVG inclusions or an SVG file directly and use Opera's excellent Save as PDF italic functionality. That will give you your PDF but if you want turn it into a fully-fledged form you need something like Acrobat Pro to either auto-detect the fields or just draw them on top and add data formatting and processing logic.
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.
Extracted . Microsoft Office Excel 27 lets you save your workbook files directly in the PDF (Portable Document File) file format developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated. This format enables people to open and print your Excel worksheets (documents from myriad other applications) even if they don have Excel on theirputers. All they have to have installed in order to open and print the PDF copy of the workbook file is the free Adobe Reader software which can be downloaded from the Adobe Web site . Before you can save files in the PDF file format you must download and install the Save as PDF or XPS Add-in program from the Microsoft Web site. Follow these steps Open the Excel Help window and then search for PDF and XPS in the Search box. Find and click the Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS Add-in for 27 Microsoft Office Programs . The browser window opens and displays the correct add-in page in the Microsoft Download Center Web site. When youre finished downloading and installing the add-in program follow these steps to save a workbook as a PDF file Click the Office Button point to the Save Asmand and click the PDF or XPS option on the continuation menu. The Publish as PDF or XPS dialog box appears.
when saving a new piece of work for the first time there was less difference when saving a new piece of work for the first time there is essentially no difference between save and save as. Note some applications such as Oracle sqlDeveloper disable save as when working on a file that has not yet been saved for the first time. If it is existing file then save will save the work to disk under the existing file name and format. Save as would be used if you wanted to save the same file using a different name or under a different format. For example consider the following sequence using Excel Create a new workbook and save it using the savemand as . Edit the file again assuming you want to save the old version so you save as . Finally you want to share the information in the file with someone who doesn't have excel so you open it and save as . ordered-list You have created
Historically Excel was limited in the amount of data it could store and analyze inability to handle simultaneous access by two or more people and inability to deal with relational data tables. Remember though that you are attacking a moving target with a question on Excel main limitations and weaknesses. With each succeeding version Microsoft has been reducing or eliminating those limitations and weaknesses. Amount of data to store and analyze Excel 27 brought the big grid with 16384 columns and 148476 rows. For most people that was plenty. But database advocates continually pointed out that those were still limits and that Excel got sluggish when you filled its worksheets up with data. Excel 21 brought the PowerPivot add-in which allowed Excel to analyze a hundred million rows of data. The allied Power Query add-in let you bring in and condition data from a wide variety of sources. Excel 213 improved these add-ins and Excel 216 made their functionality part of the basic installation. Excel 213 and 216 became Large Address Aware in 216 so 32-bit installs could use up to 4 GB of RAM a significant improvement over the 2 GB limit for Excel 27. Excel 21 came in both 32 and 64-bit versions and the 64-bit version let you use as much RAM as you could afford (up to 8 TB). While Microsoft initially rmended the 32-bit version for most people because ofpatibility with certain VBA add-ins most of them have since be 64-bitpatible. I switched over to 64-bit when I installed Excel 216 and haven ever regretted that decision. Some people that Excel gets slow when you stuff a worksheet full of data. If the worksheet contains only data you should see consistently snappy response. But if the worksheet rows are packed with formulas you may start to notice some sluggishness for recalc each time you hit Enter. When that bes a problem change to Manual calculation mode and hit F9 to force a recalculation only when you think one is required. People also that Excel can do lookups very quickly when your lookup table has hundreds of thousands of rows. They say that databases are much more efficient because their data tables are indexed. Poppycock! Sort your Excel data by the lookup column and then use the enormously faster binary lookup form of VLOOKUP or INDEX & MATCH. You should see a 1X to 1X improvement in speed using a formula like =IF(VLOOKUP(A2Sheet2!AA1)=A2VLOOKUP(A2Sheet1!AZ4)Not found) code Microsoft addressed slow lookup in 218 by indexing the lookup tables used by functions like VLOOKUP MATCH and XLOOKUP. This is the same technique used in databases and allows the lookup formula to go directly to the right row. When you deal with million row lookup tables the formulas recalculate over a thousand times fasterand no need to sort the data. This improvement applies to subscription copies of Excel and Excel 219. Simultaneous access Microsoft early attempt at allowing simultaneous access to an Excel file (Shared Workbook) was somewhat buggy and frequently resulted in file corruption. Excel experts everywhere rmended against its use for this reason and suggested an Access database if simultaneous use was really a requirement. Excel Online allows you to work with an Excel file stored on OneDrive or Sharepoint using a web browser. One of the early features implemented in this was the ability for two or more people to work with a file simultaneously. This was implemented using locks on the parts of the file that each person was working on so one person could make changes while the others could view. In 217 Microsoft added automatic saves to files stored on OneDrive. Even if two people are working on the file at the same time neither one needs to worry about losing their work. Relational data tables Excel handled flat databases early on. But anytime you had some data in one table and other data in a different table there was difficulty. As a result there are numerous forum questions for how to join tables together merge their data identify duplicates entries resolve conflicts or populate a column using data from the other table. Each of those problems could be solved but in many cases you needed to have advanced Excel skills to do it. Microsoft Power Query add-in in 21 began to address these issues. You could write queries using icons on a toolbar that even included features like pivoting and unpivoting the raw data. You could also two tables together by specifying the fields in each table that would map a relationship. Once the relationship was mapped getting a property in one table that was specified by a different one became easy. You could edit those queries and mapping relationships using the M language. The Power Query features have been made an integral part of Excel 216 in the Get & Transform Data group on the Data tab of the ribbon. They are shockingly powerful and I regret having resisted learning about them for so long. Excel versus database apps Excel is not a database but people frequently use if for database purposes. I find it insightful to wonder why that should be the case. Excel is available to everybody using Office. Database applications have always been restricted with only a handful of people getting an app like Access. More powerful database software like SQL requires both IT Department permission and participation during installation. Access to corporate database software is restricted by the IT Department because of the potential damage that can be done. They protect corporate database integrity by exporting files in Excel or .PDF format. Database software is hard to use for anything but data entry but everybody already knows how to use Excel. That why there are jobs called Database Architect Database Developer and Database Analyst. Do you need a new report or more insightful report format? Get in line at the IT Department and don plan on getting anything soon (or ever) unless you have strong backing from top management. Given the preceding database limitations is it any surprise that people respond by using Excel as a database?
You can create quite nice looking figures just using Powerpoint or Excel. For more sophisticated graphs you use Adobe Illustrator or a mathematical software that allows you create precise graphs but that not what youre after. Here are a few examples created in Powerpoint To create a figure Insert New Slide with Layout Blank. Use the Shapes icon to select lines with arrow head geometric shapes or Curves etc. Use the Shift key as you draw to make the lines snap to exactly horizontal vertical or diagonal. To draw a curve use the Curve shape draw a rough curve (end with double click) then click on the curve and right-click to select Edit Points. Now move the anchor points and their handles to give the curve the exact shape you want. Work with as few anchor points as possible to get the smoothest curve just extend and move the handles to get the result you want. When you add some math notation Insert Equation or use a Text Box and manually set variables and functions in italics italic while numbers and operators in upright (roman) font to make it look as it should. Finally select all objects right click and Save as Picture. Choose picture Type PDF or png from the dropdown list to get best resolution. Copying and using Rotation and Rotation Options can save a lot of tedious formatting as in the following figure (also created in Powerpoint) To get functions to look realisticeven if the specific numerical values are irrelevantusing Excel can be more effective. The following example illustrates different cost curves in economics. To create it define a few functions and generate a table of their values for a bunch of x italic -values (output). Then use (X Y) Scatter Graph with Smooth Lines. If the numerical values are irrelevant chose Axis Format Labels None. Adding Text Boxes and Shapes (such as the small circles at the intersections of the curves) can help illustrate things. Now select (click on) the outermost frame of the graph then right-click to Save as Picture. Choose picture Type PDF or png from the dropdown list to get line-graph level resolution. N.B. I am not suggesting one should use Powerpoint or Excel to produce professional-level (i.e. publication ready) graphs. The question was about nice looking graphs for a student or possibly for teaching purposes. I hope this is useful.
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.