View Full Version : Can you/how do you save an Excel document as a jpg?
02-16-12, 03:14 PM
I want to save an Excel file that I can show on a forum like this one...possible?
The easiest way (that I know of) would be to do a screen capture, then paste that in an image editing program (Photoshop, Paint), crop as needed, and save as JPG.
02-16-12, 03:59 PM
Beautiful, worked perfect, thanks!!
02-16-12, 04:49 PM
better yet, use microsoft document image writer to print it to a TIF file then convert the tif to a JPG.
- print to JPG. PDFCreator can be set to output to JPG.
- Print to PDF and take snapshot (cutePDF, PDFCreator, etc). Open the PDF with Adobe or Foxit, use the snapshot feature, you can set the DPI higher for a better resolution.
- use ALT+printscreen button to take a snapshot of only the excel window.
- You could even convert the table to html. excel - save as webpage - open htm - copy code. Of course, that'd be a bit messy.
02-16-12, 11:54 PM
if you are using win 7, you can use the snipping tool.
02-17-12, 01:57 PM
This is what I was trying to show. It worked using DRG's method, but I was trying to enlarge it a little bit but couldn't figure out how. Everything after my last post seems kind of confusing...I don't think I have a lot of those programs. I only have Office 07, running Vista.
02-17-12, 03:40 PM
Try to zoom in as big as possible in excel, then hit alt and print screen. But, imo, i think cardiff giant's method would work best and easiest.