1) Upload XLSX file to convert
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Allowed file types: ris, bib, xls, xlsx, csv, tsv, tab, xlsb, xltx, xlr, pxl, qpw, wb3, wq1, dbf, wk3, 123, mdb, odt
2) Set converting XLSX to PDF options
3) Get converted file
|XLSX is a format from Office Open XML family, a native MS Excel file type starting from version 2007. As opposite to XLS, this format uses ZIP compression that makes XLSX files smaller in size. Actually XLSX file is an archive of XML-documents. The cells in XLSX table can contain plain text, formulas or graphic elements. XLSX can be read in MS Office 2007 and later, Universal Viewer, OpenOffice, MS Office Excel Viewer, Corel WordPerfect Office. This format doesn’t support macros.
|Microsoft Excel 2007
OxygenOffice Progessional (Linux)
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|Adobe Systems Portable Document Format (PDF) format provides all the contents of a printed document in electronic form, including text and images, as well as technical details like links, scales, graphs, and interactive content.
You can open this file in free Acrobat Reader and scroll through the page or the entire document, which is generally one or more pages. The PDF format is used to save pre-designed periodicals, brochures, and flyers.
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Document conversion has always been a common requirement in various industries. Specifically, converting documents from Microsoft Word's DOC format to XHTML can serve numerous purposes such as making the content web-ready or facilitating data interchange. Here, we will delve into why this conversion is essential and how it can be achieved.
The DOC format is primarily known for text document files and is mostly associated with Microsoft's Word application. On the other hand, XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) is a markup language that serves as the bridge between HTML and XML, providing a more structured and clean way of presenting data. Unlike DOC files, XHTML files are web-ready and can be easily manipulated using stylesheets like CSS. XHTML is also platform-independent and can be displayed across various devices and browsers without losing its structure.
One of the straightforward methods to convert a DOC to XHTML is to save the Word document as a Web Page from the 'Save As' menu. This will generate an HTML file, which can then be manually edited to conform to XHTML standards. This approach, although simple, can be time-consuming and may require a good understanding of XHTML syntax.
There are specialized software and libraries available for converting DOC files to XHTML. Tools like Pandoc, Aspose.Words, and Oxygen XML Editor offer batch conversion features that can process multiple files simultaneously. These tools usually come with a GUI and provide various options for customization.
For more advanced needs, one can use APIs or SDKs provided by companies like Aspose or Syncfusion. These APIs allow developers to integrate document conversion capabilities directly into their applications, offering greater control over the conversion process.
When converting DOC to XHTML, it is crucial to consider the following:
Converting DOC to XHTML may appear to be a trivial task, but it involves several complexities. The choice of method largely depends on the specific requirements of the project. With careful planning and the right tools, this conversion can be done efficiently and effectively.
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