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Is there any web application to convert an Excel file with multiple sheets to PDF files? Each sheet will be created as a new PDF file.

If I have 3 worksheets in Excel, I'll have 3 PDFs after conversion.

Sheet1 > Sheet1.pdf

Sheet2 > Sheet2.pdf

Sheet3 > Sheet3.pdf

  • Do you need it done automatically for all sheets, or can it be manually for one worksheet at a time? – Tymric Mar 6 '15 at 23:34
  • Need a tool to do it automatically. Only input is Excel file. User will click a button and It will create output files. – Ned Mar 9 '15 at 1:01
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Syncfusion Excel to PDF converter will be able to convert Excel sheets into separate PDF documents. The default implementation of the converter can be tested here:

http://asp.syncfusion.com/demos/web/xlsio/exceltopdf.aspx

Since this is a library, it can be customized to create one PDF per sheet instead of the single PDF the above web application produces.

Regards,

Davis

Note: I work for Syncfusion.

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You may use the convert method of LibreOffice that you can call from a script so it can be automatized. I can not tell you by heart all the filtering options for excel files. We use LibreOffice for PDF conversion in our library that is a web app. You may even write your own macros that would let you do whatever you need but we only work with .odt and .doc so I can not say much about excel or calc.

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    Is that a web application, as requested? How does it meet the other requirements (separate PDF files for each worksheet)? – Izzy Mar 10 '15 at 10:30
  • I can not tell you by heart all the filtering options for excel files. We use LibreOffice for PDF conversion in our library link that is a web app. You may even write your own macros that would let you do whatever you need but we only work with .odt and .doc so I can not say much about excel or calc. – No-nonsense Mar 10 '15 at 10:40
  • That should go to your answer :) Not only are one-liners frowned upon – here at SR we have very specific quality guidelines to stick to. – Izzy Mar 10 '15 at 10:52

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