#01 Select the part of the spreadsheet you want to convert to PDF (optional). If there is a part of the spreadsheet that you want to convert to PDF, select it. Otherwise, go to the next step.
Please note that PDF files cannot be easily converted back to Excel sheets, but this method will retain a copy of your original file.
#02 Click the “File” tab. If you are using an older version of Excel, click the “File” menu.
#03 Click “Export”. If you’re using Excel 2010 or newer, click “Save As.”
#04 Click “Create PDF/XPS.” If you are using Excel 2010 or newer, select “PDF” from the “Save As Type” drop-down menu in the “Save As” window.
#05 Click the Options… button. This will allow you to adjust the settings for the PDF file you are creating.
#06 Choose what to include in the PDF. In this Options window, you can choose the number of pages to include in the PDF, selected parts of the PDF, an entire workbook, or just an active sheet. And they can choose whether or not to include the properties of the original document.
When you’re completely satisfied, click OK.
#07 Choose the corrections you want (optional): Above the Options… button, you can choose what you want to change in your PDF. Most people leave it “Standard” if the spreadsheet is not very large.
#08 Assign a name and save the file. Give your PDF a name, and then click the Publish button (Save if you’re using 2010 or later) to create your PDF.
#09 View your PDF. The PDF is opened by default once it is created, so you can view it. If you can’t open the PDF file, you probably have a PDF reader installed. It’s not there.
As it is not possible to make any changes to PDF now, but if you want to make changes to PDF now, you’d better make these changes again in Excel, and then create a new PDF. Take it