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Save Spreadsheet Files to PDF or XPS in Excel 2013

Posted by Gaurav Gupta Articles | Office 2013 July 30, 2012
In this article we learn how to save an Excel sheet to PDF using the new Export feature in Excel 2013
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Microsoft has introduced Office 2013 Preview, the next generation of Microsoft Office product. Excel 2013 ships as a part of Office 2013. The new Microsoft Excel 2013 is totally redesigned and reimagined with a Windows 8 and Metro Style app interface.

Now the Office design supports a Touch Interface as well as a Keyboard and Mouse Interface. In this article we will discuss some new features of Microsoft Excel 2013. Today we will learn how to export an Excel sheet to PDF format.

In the Excel 2013 there is a new that provides the ability to directly save your Excel spreadsheet files to PDF or XPS.

Steps to be followed:

Step 1: Create an Excel document in Excel 2013 or Open the document that you wan to save to PDF file.

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Step 2: Go to the File menu and select the Export option from the left side panel.

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Step 3: Choose "Create PDF/XPS Document" from the export options:

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Step 4: Click on the "Create PDF/XPS" box.

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Step 5: Give the name of the document and choose the location where you want to save it. Click on the Publish button after it.

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Step 6:  Go to the location where you saved your file. Open it.

Step 7: Now, you will see the PDF file of the Excel sheet with the same content.

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