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Convert Excel to PDF in Java

Convert Excel to PDF in Java

This Gist provides the details on how to convert XLSB to PDF using Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java.
In following code snippet, we are first uploading the XLSB file to cloud storage and then convert it to PDF format. After the conversion, the resultant file is saved in cloud storage. For complete details, please visit Convert XLSB to PDF in Java.


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// Get ClientID and ClientSecret from
String clientId = "bbf94a2c-6d7e-4020-b4d2-b9809741374e";
String clientSecret = "1c9379bb7d701c26cc87e741a29987bb";
// create an instance of CellsApi using client credentials
CellsApi api = new CellsApi(clientId,clientSecret);
// name of input XLSB workbook
String name = "myDocument.xlsb";
// password details if workbook in encrypted
String password = null;
// Specifies whether set workbook rows to be autofit.
Boolean isAutoFit = true;
// Specifies whether only save table data. Only use pdf to excel.
Boolean onlySaveTable = true;
// resultant file format
String format = "PDF";
// load file from local system
File file = new File("c://Users/shahbnay/Downloads/"+name);
// upload input XLSB to cloud storage
api.uploadFile("input.xlsb", file, "Internal");
// perform document conversion operation
File response = api.cellsWorkbookGetWorkbook(name, password,format,
isAutoFit, onlySaveTable, null,"Internal", "Resultant.pdf","Internal", null);
// print success message
System.out.println("XLSB sucessfully converted to PDF format !");
}catch(Exception ex)
How to convert XLSB to PDF in Java
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