Python Image to Python File Converter using Windows Aug 8, 2023 — It seems like most people want to convert their images or images from other applications directly into Python. So I wrote this code to help them. Python Image To Python File Converter for Mac Aug 11, 2023 — As someone said in the comments section of the original article, in 2023 Microsoft released a new API for Microsoft Office apps including Image to Python file converter. The main problem was that Microsoft Office apps have not been updated to use this API. I have written a very simple and Python code that uses the new “Microsoft Office (32-bit) To Image” API (32-bit Office). You can now generate images within Microsoft Word and Excel and use those images in other Microsoft Office applications (see: Microsoft Office (32 bit) To Image) Python Image To Python File Converter Using Windows Mar 27, 2023 — The latest version of Microsoft Office comes with the Microsoft Image to Python feature. The problem is that you have to use Python as a development environment and then run it through the new Microsoft Office (32-bit) image-to-python.exe converter. That makes it harder to get started. However, I have rewritten this converter from Python2 to use Python (32-bit) with 32-bit Microsoft Office. This is my answer to someone asking how to convert an image to Python in the comments section of my previous post: How to Convert an Excel Image into a Python Image Feb 14, 2023 — I've found that there are many resources for converting a data image into another data image. I've written this code that can convert an image into a text file (in plain text format but converted to a specific font) and you can download the converted image to convert into a Python image using Imageries. This is a Windows and Python2 script that should be self-explanatory. Python ImageToData.py Convert Excel Images from the Command Line in Windows Jun 17, 2023 — I've made a Python script that turns a comma separated list of Excel worksheets into a separate spreadsheet. This script can be run by typing the following command in Windows: convert excel_worksheets/ A couple of things to note: — You must own Excel 2023 or later and the latest version of SQLite.