To specify the Excel documents you want to convert from excel to jpg :
Press on the "Add Audio" button of the main screen and then select the Excel files you want to add. You can also press on the "Add Folder" button to add the entire contents of specific folders.
You can also drag-and-drop Excel files or folders with Excel files to add them.
To remove an Excel file from the list, select it on the grid and then press the "Remove" button. To clear all the Excel files from the list press the "Clear" button.
To import list of Excel files press on the "Import List" button of the toolbar.
One Excel file path should be on each line of the list file.
You can also specify in the grid for each excel document sheet number ranges that you want to convert e.g. 1-5,10-12 e.t.c.
You can also specify in the grid for each excel document sheet area or specfic sheet area ranges that you want to convert e.g. A1:C10, 1:A1:C10, 3:A1:C10.
For specific sheet area ranges enter first sheet number then the ':' character and then the area e.g. 1:A1:C10 .
Sheet number ranges should be comma , separated e.g. 1-5,10,3:A1:C10,B3:C20
Select "Options" from the "Options" menu to access Convert Excel to Images 4dots's options screen.
There you can specify the output filename pattern i.e. how the output filename of the images will be.
In the textbox you can enter text and also the vsriables [N] for slide number, [DOC] for document filename, [DATE] for document's date and [DATETIME] for document's date and time.
Moreover, you can also specify the output image format and jpeg quality.
Finally, after you specify the output folder for the images, press on the "Convert to Images" button and wait for the application to do its job.
In the end the output folder will open in Windows Explorer.
When the application is first started it asks you for your desired user interface language.
You can also change the user interface language from the "Language" menu.