- 03-28-2013, 05:48 PM #1
I convinced our office manager to go to a Windows Phone...while it has had some bluthtooh issues (even with updates), she is liking it. The latest thing I did for her was to write a script to copy spreadsheet on our network to her SkyDrive sync folder so she can have an updated copy every hour. It is an Excel sheet with special "Drawing Boxes" for special messages she puts on it. Sadly. Excel Mobile on Windows Phone 8 doesn't seem to support this. Anyone know if it will work?
I did save it as a PDF and it viewed well on READER on the phone but she doesn't want to save twice and wants it easy...
- 03-28-2013, 06:33 PM #2
There seems to be many functions that don't work in excel mobile and when I open a sheet which uses one of them I get a message with "can't edit workbook"..
Regular cell comments work for me, but only when it's a sheet that I can edit on my phone..
You could try opening it in skydrives web app through IE, that might work, though not as quick and easy as through the office hub..
- 04-05-2013, 02:50 PM #3
Im hoping to buy an L820, but if it resolves some excel issues... Any idea if what I want is possible: can I convert excel into pdf or jpeg/tiff/bmp? My L800 can't do that even in webapps...in fact webapps dont open: if I access SkyDrive thru IE rather than the app, it opens files in office mobile, but when I try to open in webapps it doesn't
So is there a way to convert excel to pdf or jpeg in WP8?
- 04-05-2013, 07:00 PM #5
Excel files that can't be edited can still be viewed perfectly fine, so is there a reason you want it converted? Screenshot would work, even if you zoom out to get all content of a relatively large sheet the screenshot is still sharp when you zoom in.
Can take some screenshots later if you want to see how it looks.
- 04-05-2013, 09:56 PM #6
I have to email the files to people, but its a final version that clients should not be able to edit, so my workplace requires it to be pdf or jpeg.
In print, its an A4 size, so the screenshot size and resolution is good, its shld solve my problem. I can't have a client be made to read a jpg thats too small on his computer. So, any idea on the size of the image?
Last edited by mpt15; 04-06-2013 at 12:17 AM.
- 04-06-2013, 02:19 PM #9
If you want a more elegant solution you could check out Wappwolf.
It is an "automator" that should be able to automatically convert files in a Dropbox, Google drive or Box folder to PDF. It costs 5$ a month to get those options, but their website states that it also is able to automatically send files in email, upload to skydrive and even convert audio files.
Thinking of trying Wappwolf myself, if I do I can let you know how good it works...