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Converting Excel workbook to PDF

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Sep 24, 2020

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Hello,

I've created an excel workbook using Excel For Mac (16.40) with macros (hyperlinks). I need to convert it to a pdf with working hyperlinks. So far, no luck with getting the links to work.

 

If anybody has a solution, I'd really appreciate it. 

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No macros can be converted from Excel to PDF. You'll need to re-do them in Acrobat as Link or Button objects and attach the desired command to them ("Open a web-page" if you just want to launch a static URL or "Run a JavaScript" if you want something more dynamic).

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Converting Excel workbook to PDF

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Hello,

I've created an excel workbook using Excel For Mac (16.40) with macros (hyperlinks). I need to convert it to a pdf with working hyperlinks. So far, no luck with getting the links to work.

 

If anybody has a solution, I'd really appreciate it. 

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No macros can be converted from Excel to PDF. You'll need to re-do them in Acrobat as Link or Button objects and attach the desired command to them ("Open a web-page" if you just want to launch a static URL or "Run a JavaScript" if you want something more dynamic).

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No macros can be converted from Excel to PDF. You'll need to re-do them in Acrobat as Link or Button objects and attach the desired command to them ("Open a web-page" if you just want to launch a static URL or "Run a JavaScript" if you want something more dynamic).

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