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    don't want to send the original excel file. I prefer to send it as more common file that can be opened and read (without having to have office)
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    Why not print as PDF and send it over super simple, you dont need any converters.
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    Excel 2007 and later have a save as PDF option.
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    the excel that's part of office in windows phone 8 doesn't have the options we see in the desktop version. or at least I don't see it when I pull up the excel options on my phone
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyedf View Post
    the excel that's part of office in windows phone 8 doesn't have the options we see in the desktop version. or at least I don't see it when I pull up the excel options on my phone
    oops, ya my bad I didn't see the forum this was posted in.

    No it is not possible in the Office hub, I had though of taking a screenshot of the spreadsheet but you will have to manually edit the image and then send the image over. This seems to be the only workaround I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crash1989 View Post
    oops, ya my bad I didn't see the forum this was posted in.

    No it is not possible in the Office hub, I had though of taking a screenshot of the spreadsheet but you will have to manually edit the image and then send the image over. This seems to be the only workaround I know.
    haven't tried it myself. But it seems you should be able to save to SkyDrive, log in to SkyDrive from IE (set to request the desktop version of the page), and convert the document with the web tools there.

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