Convert XLTM to MOBI via Python or Online App

XLTM to MOBI conversion in your Python applications without installing Microsoft Excel® or Word


Why to Convert XLTM to MOBI

Python developers often need to convert XLTM to MOBI files for various reasons. MOBI is a popular ebook format used by Amazon Kindle and other ebook readers. It is a compressed format that supports a wide range of features such as images, tables, and hyperlinks. By converting XLTM to MOBI, developers can create ebooks that are compatible with a variety of devices.

How Aspose.Total Helps for XLTM to MOBI Conversion

Aspose.Total for Python via .NET API is a comprehensive package of APIs that can help developers automate the conversion process from XLTM to MOBI. It includes APIs for dealing with different file formats, including XLTM and MOBI files. The conversion process is mainly in two steps.

Firstly, Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET API is used to convert the XLTM file to HTML. This API provides a wide range of features for manipulating Excel files, including the ability to convert them to HTML. After that, Aspose.Words for Python via .NET API is used to save the created HTML into the desired Microsoft Word format. This API provides a range of features for manipulating Word documents, including the ability to save them in different formats.

Once the conversion is complete, the resulting MOBI file can be used in a variety of ebook readers. Aspose.Total for Python via .NET API makes it easy for developers to automate the conversion process from XLTM to MOBI, allowing them to quickly create ebooks that are compatible with a variety of devices.

How to Convert XLTM to MOBI in Python

  • Step 1 Open the source XLTM file using Workbook class
  • Save XLTM file to HTML by using save(file, SaveFormat.HTML) method by providing the file name and desired directory path
  • Step 2 Load HTML file with an instance of Document class
  • Call the save method while specifying output MOBI file path. So your XLTM file is converted to MOBI at the specified path

Conversion Requirements

  • For XLTM to MOBI conversion, Python 3.5 or later is required
  • Reference APIs within the project directly from PyPI ( Aspose.Cells and Aspose.Words )
  • Or use the following pip commands pip install aspose-cells-python and pip install aspose.words
  • Moreover, Microsoft Windows or Linux based OS (see more for Cells and Words ) and for Linux check additional requirements for gcc and libpython and follow step by step instructions

Save XLTM To HTML in Python - Step 1


Save HTML To MOBI in Python - Step 2


Free Online Converter for XLTM to MOBI



  • How can I convert XLTM to MOBI Online?
    Online App for XLTM conversion is integrated above. To begin with, you can convert XLTM files to MOBI by either dragging and dropping the file or clicking inside the white area to import the document. Once the file is uploaded, click on the 'Convert' button. After the XLTM to MOBI conversion is completed, you can easily download your converted file with just one click. This will provide you with the output MOBI files.
  • How long does it take to convert XLTM?
    The online XLTM to MOBI converter works fast, but the speed mainly depends on the size of the XLTM file you are converting. Smaller XLTM files can be rendered to MOBI format in just a few seconds. Additionally, if you have integrated the conversion code within your .NET application, the speed of the conversion process will depend on how well you have optimized your application.
  • Is it safe to convert XLTM to MOBI using free Aspose.Total converter?
    Of course! The download link of MOBI files will be available instantly after conversion. After 24 hours of uploading your files, we delete them, and the download links become inactive. Rest assured that no one has access to your files, and file conversion, including XLTM, is completely safe. A free app is mainly integrated for testing purposes, allowing you to check the result before integrating the code.
  • What browser should I use to convert XLTM?
    You can utilize any modern web browser, such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Safari, for this online conversion. However, if you're developing a desktop application, the Aspose.Total XLTM Conversion API will work seamlessly.

Explore XLTM Conversion Options with Python

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What is XLTM File Format?

The XLTM file format, also known as an Excel Macro-Enabled Template file, is a file format used in Microsoft Office Excel to store spreadsheet templates that contain macros. Introduced in Excel 2007, this file format is based on the Microsoft Excel Open XML Format Spreadsheet.

XLTM files serve as a convenient way to save macros written in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) within a spreadsheet. Macros are sets of instructions that automate tasks in Excel. Similar to the XLSM file format, XLTM files can store macros; however, they have an additional feature: the ability to be used as templates for other Excel files.

When an XLTM template is used to create a new workbook, the macros from the template are copied into the new file. This allows users to execute the macros within the newly created workbook. This feature is particularly useful for creating reusable templates. For example, a template could be designed with macros that generate a monthly report. By using the XLTM template each month, a new workbook is created with the macros automatically generating the report based on the data in the workbook.

XLTM files are also valuable for sharing macros with others. A user can create a template with macros, such as a report generation template, and then send it via email to another user. The recipient can open the template in Excel and utilize the macros to generate the desired report.

What is MOBI File Format?

The MOBI format serves as a file format specifically tailored for eBooks. It is developed based on the Open eBook standard and is utilized by various eBook readers, prominently including the Amazon Kindle. The MOBI format is designed to facilitate smooth conversion to other eBook formats, such as ePub, ensuring compatibility and accessibility across different devices and platforms.

The MOBI format encompasses a wide range of features to enhance the reading experience. Notable capabilities include DRM (Digital Rights Management) protection, enabling content creators to secure their eBooks from unauthorized copying or distribution. Additionally, the format supports audio and video elements, allowing multimedia integration within eBooks. Other essential features include tables of contents, indexes, footnotes, links, and embedded images, all of which contribute to the overall richness and interactivity of the eBook content.

One significant advantage of the MOBI format is its open standard nature. It is not owned or controlled by any single company, fostering a level playing field for developers and ensuring easy access for creating software capable of reading or writing MOBI files. This openness encourages innovation, competition, and collaboration within the eBook ecosystem, ultimately benefiting both content creators and end-users.