Batch Print & PDF Conversion for Office Files on Mac
Last updated on February 8th, 2021
A lot of complex documentation is often performed on Microsoft office applications such as PowerPoint, Word and Excel and later converted to PDF. However, converting files in batch can be time-consuming. If you need to print or convert Office files to PDF in batch, the BatchOutput Office Suite is a good tool worth checking out.
Batch PDF Conversion and Printing
When making those detailed documents in Word, spreadsheets in Excel or converting your PowerPoint slides to handouts, the BatchOutput Office utility gives an easy-to-use interface to get the job done. The app has two tabs, one for PDF and the other for batch printing options. You can perform a batch function by selecting the files and set the output settings according to need. The Print tab gives a number of options to set your batch printing requirements for selected documents. Similarly, the PDF tab allows optimizing your files for conversion in batch.
Optimize Exported PDF Files
With BatchOutput Office you can not only convert PDF files but also optimize, encrypt and split them. The app allows you to automatically split your PowerPoint presentations or Word documents into single-page PDFs. You can even select a resolution for converted files, as well as change PDF color tones with Quartz filters. Furthermore, you can automatically name your PDF files according to specified criteria, such as by username, current date, page number, etc.
Encrypt and Password Protect Files
To add an extra layer of protection for your files, you can also use a password and encrypt them. This can help prevent unauthorized access and print for your confidential files.
BatchOutput Office works with three Office apps, namely, Word PowerPoint and Excel. You can use it with Microsoft 365 / Office 2011 and later editions. The app is compatible with macOS 10.9 or later. BatchOutput Office Suite is a paid app, with the option to test out its features during a free trial.