Converting Excel to word

Neeba Sebastian February 5, 2009 at 19:53:55
Specs: Windows XP
I hava an excel sheet conatin data

Name basic sal
Anu 10 20
priya 100 30

i want to convert the data in to word or pdf or any report
displaying like

Name : anu
Basic : 10
sal : 20

Name : priya
Basic :100
Sal : 30

it is very urgent please Help me

See More: Converting Excel to word

Report •

February 5, 2009 at 20:18:11
It will be easier to make the change in Excel and then take it to Word/PDF.

What you want to do is transpose the cells.

You can use a function to do it (look up the help files, or Google, transpose cells in Excel)
Or you can copy, paste special, transpose.

You may need to do it in a few separate sections depending on how big, complicated you range is.

Once you’ve got the data laid out in Excel how you want, then convert to Word/PDF.

Report •

February 6, 2009 at 01:20:18
I'd actually suggest going about it another way, with a mail merge through Word.

In word, go to tools / letters and mailings / mail merge and follow the wizard.

The type you want is a "directory" (i.e. a list of all the various fields in a single document).

You then insert items into your word document. In your example, you'd use Name: followed by inserting the "Name" field. Then hit return, etc.

Remember to put two returns at the end so you have a line separating each entry.

Hope this helps!

Report •

Related Solutions

Ask Question