Why to Convert PCL to XLAM?
PCL (Printer Command Language) is a page description language used by printers to interpret and print documents. It is a language that is used to control the printing process. On the other hand, XLAM (Excel Add-in) is a file format used by Microsoft Excel to store macros and other customizations. XLAM files are used to extend the functionality of Excel and allow users to automate tasks. Converting PCL to XLAM is beneficial for users who need to automate tasks in Excel or use macros to extend the functionality of Excel.
How Aspose.Total Helps for PCL to XLAM Conversion?
Aspose.Total for C++ is a comprehensive file format automation library that provides APIs for converting PCL to XLAM. The process is simple and involves two steps. In the first step, you can export PCL to XLSX by using Aspose.PDF for C++. After that, by using Aspose.Cells for C++ Spreadsheet Programming API, you can convert XLSX to XLAM. Aspose.Total for C++ provides a comprehensive set of APIs that make it easy to convert PCL to XLAM. The APIs are easy to use and provide a fast and reliable way to convert PCL to XLAM.
C++ API to Convert PCL to XLAM
Get Started with C++ File Format APIs
Install from command line as
nuget install Aspose.Total.Cpp or via Package Manager Console of Visual Studio with
Alternatively, get the offline MSI installer or DLLs in a ZIP file from downloads .
Get or Set PCL File Information via C++
Aspose.PDF for C++ also allows you to get information about your PCL document and lets you take informed decisions before your conversion process. In order to get file specific information of a PCL file, you first need to call the get_Info() method of Document class. Once the DocumentInfo object is retrieved, you can get the values of the individual properties. Furthermore, you can also set the properties by using respective methods of DocumentInfo class.
Save XLAM File Format to Stream via C++
Aspose.Cells for C++ allows saving XLAM file format to stream. To save files to a stream, create a MemoryStream or FileStream object and save the file to that stream object by calling the IWorkbook object’s Save method. Specify the desired file format using the SaveFormat enumeration when calling the Save method.