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excel2img 1.2

Save ranges from Excel documents as images

excel2img

Save ranges from Excel documents as images

Requirements

  1. Python 2.7, 3.3 and later
  2. pywin32
  3. Pillow >= 3.3.1
  4. Microsoft Excel (tested with Office 2013, on Windows 10)

Installation

pip install excel2img

Usage as python module

import excel2img

# Save as PNG the range of used cells in test.xlsx on page named "Sheet1"
excel2img.export_img("test.xlsx", "test.png", "Sheet1", None)

# Save as BMP the range B2:C15 in test.xlsx on page named "Sheet2"
excel2img.export_img("test.xlsx", "test.bmp", "", "Sheet2!B2:C15")

# Save as GIF the range "MyNamedRange"
excel2img.export_img("test.xlsx", "test.gif", "", "MyNamedRange")

Usage from command line

# Save as PNG the range of used cells in test.xlsx on first page
python excel2img.py test.xlsx test.png

# Save as PNG the range of used cells in test.xlsx on page "Sheet2"
python excel2img.py test.xlsx test.png -p Sheet2

# Save as PNG the range "MyNamedRange"
python excel2img.py test.xlsx test.png -r MyNamedRange

# More range syntax examples
python excel2img.py test.xlsx test.gif -r 'Sheet3!B5:C8'
python excel2img.py test.xlsx test.bmp -r 'Sheet4!SheetScopedNamedRange'

Author

Alexey Gaydyukov <glexey@gmail.com>

License

Apache License 2.0

Credits

Inspired by visio2img

 
File Type Py Version Uploaded on Size
excel2img-1.2.tar.gz (md5) Source 2017-06-27 7KB