If you have Excel To Pdf Converter Pro, there may be a simpler way. Go to File > Export and you are presented with a number of choices, including Microsoft Word, Rich Text and Plain Text. Want to batch process multiple files? Again, at least a couple of ways to do it, but the simplest might be to go to File > Export > Multiple Files. Pick all the files you want and you're on your way. Another option to batch-process would be to go to Advanced > Document Processing > Batch Processing and select Save All as RTF. Add all the files you want in the popup window and let it run. EDIT. It appears Excel To Pdf Converter Reader also allows you to save a document as text or Word Online. Batch processing may not be an option with the free Excel To Pdf Converter Reader though.
You can only run a single conversion at a time via the toolbar's dropdown arrow. You can also batch process through the program by going into Options > Options to Advanced > Document Processing > Batch. You can also import files to save the conversion with, but that can be a bit tricky as you have to use a special file format to export your files. Once your conversion is finished, be sure to save the RTF file by clicking the Save button. Finally, you can get a file size for the conversion by going ahead and looking it up in the Size column. If you wanted a larger file, you may have to change the file extension to include a .RTF at the end of the file.