Excel 2013 is such a popular program that you might use it for all kinds of things: the roster of your son’s baseball team; the subscriptions to your gardening club newsletter; and of course work-related things like financial projections, payroll statements, and more. No matter what the content of your workbooks, you can export them—and individual worksheets, as well—in formats that make it easy to share the data or work with it in other programs.
Click the File tab to display the Backstage view.
Click Create PDF/XPS Document.
Click Create PDF/XPS.
Navigate to the folder in which you want to save the workbook.
Type a name for the file.
Click the Save As Type down arrow ...