Range.ExportAsFixedFormat method (Excel)
Exports to a file of the specified format.
expression.ExportAsFixedFormat (Type, FileName, Quality, IncludeDocProperties, IgnorePrintAreas, From, To, OpenAfterPublish, FixedFormatExtClassPtr)
expression A variable that represents a Range object.
|Type||Required||XlFixedFormatType||The type of file format to export to.|
|FileName||Optional||Variant||The file name of the file to be saved. You can include a full path, or Excel saves the file in the current folder.|
|Quality||Optional||Variant||Optional XlFixedFormatQuality. Specifies the quality of the published file.|
|IncludeDocProperties||Optional||Variant||True to include the document properties; otherwise, False.|
|IgnorePrintAreas||Optional||Variant||True to ignore any print areas set when publishing; otherwise, False.|
|From||Optional||Variant||The number of the page at which to start publishing. If this argument is omitted, publishing starts at the beginning.|
|To||Optional||Variant||The number of the last page to publish. If this argument is omitted, publishing ends with the last page.|
|OpenAfterPublish||Optional||Variant||True to display the file in the viewer after it is published; otherwise, False.|
|FixedFormatExtClassPtr||Optional||Variant||Pointer to the FixedFormatExt class.|
This method also supports initializing an add-in to export a file to a fixed-format file. For example, Excel will perform file format conversion if the converters are present. The conversion is usually initiated by the user.
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