When you want to share your Excel file with your colleagues, you first need to make sure they have Microsoft Office installed on their PC.

If they do not have it, you can first export your spreadsheet to a video using Convert Excel to Video 4dots, and only afterwards send to it your co-workers.

The main window of the application is highly intuitive and well-organized, so you can understand right away that you need to start by creating a list of source files.

You can add them one by one, load an entire folder or import a list where each line stores a full path towards an Excel file. The supported formats are XLS, XLT, XLSX, XLSM, XLTX, XLTM, XLSB, and XLW.

Additionally, you can enter a certain sheet number that should be processed, or you can specify a sheet range for each added file.

As soon as you have settled on the source list, you can move on to the next step, that of customizing the appearance of the output video.

You can define the duration of each slide, select the background music track and choose the image transition that you like best. Unfortunately, there is no way to preview the transitions, so you need to rely solely on your imagination when applying one type or the other.

The final step in the workflow of Convert Excel to Video 4dots is to find the file extension that suits your necessities best. There are numerous profiles that help you generate videos that are best played on various portable devices, and you can even come up with your own custom profile.

You can choose the format you prefer (3GP, AVI, FLV, MKV, MOV, MPEG, VOB, WMV, SWF and so on), assign the video bitrate, frame rate and size, as well as audio sample rate, channels and volume, then save the configuration to a personalized profile for later use.

All in all, Convert Excel to Video 4dots can help create a video for your projects so you can share them without worries about your colleagues having Excel installed.