Convert Excel to PDF with Microsoft Access VBA Mar 24, 2022 — This short article provides quick access to the Converting an Excel worksheet to an PDF. VBA is a great source for saving multiple files at a time, and has several benefits over VBScript : — Save Excel worksheet to PDF automatically — You can save a PDF file and access it later — No manual intervention as you can just run VBScript. — Save Excel as a binary file instead of text with the .pdf extension. Using VBA to Save Excel Worksheets as PDF Using code, we can do the following: Open Excel sheet (In this case, the worksheet from an existing Excel document). Enter the following code in the cell A1. Close Excel. Save the file again as a .pdf. Close Excel. Open Excel, choose the worksheet and choose File>Save as PDF. Choose the PDF output format. If you chose not to use a .pdf file name, then you should choose some other format, such as .pub. Why to save your Excel file as PDF instead of the other way around? — We can then view it in an e-book reader — When you need to edit the file and make changes, you can save it as PDF. — You can save your workbook as a PDF, and edit it later. — If you save using the Excel.com online service, Excel will automatically upload the PDF and provide you with the link to the created folder. — If you want to save the file as Windows Word, Excel will save the link and provide you with the link. — If you don't want to use Excel.com, use a PC to save the file. — No need to manually create a PDF if you don't want you can export the file. Get the VBA source code for saving Excel file as PDF using VBA here. Get the code for Microsoft Access to save Excel file and PDF to PDF here. Using VBA to save all the files in the folder — MSN Nov 27, 2022 — Create a folder to store all your Excel files, print them, and then distribute them to others.