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C# Excel - Convert Excel to TIFF in C#.NET

Online C# Tutorial for How to Convert Excel File to Tiff Image File

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Excel to Tiff Conversion Overview

RasterEdge C#.NET Excel to TIFF converting library control (XDoc.Excel) is a multifunctional Excel document converting tool, which can perform high-fidelity Excel to TIFF conversion in an easy way. Using this .NET Excel to TIFF conversion control, C# developers can render and convert Excel document to TIFF image file with no loss in original file quality. Both single page and multi-page Tiff image files are acceptable.

How to Convert Excel to Tiff Using C#

Add necessary references:












Using namespaces:

  using RasterEdge.Imaging.Basic;

  using RasterEdge.XDoc.Excel;

C# programming sample for Excel to Tiff image converting.

// Load a Excel file.
String inputFilePath = Program.RootPath + "\\" + "1.xlsx";
XLSXDocument doc = new XLSXDocument(inputFilePath);

// Convert and output to a TIFF file.
String outputFilePath1 = inputFilePath + @".tif";
doc.ConvertToDocument(DocumentType.TIFF, outputFilePath1);