Export PICTURE to TIFF from Excel

Go library for exporting PICTURE to TIFF file

Use Export API of Cells Cloud to export Excel file internal object workflows in Go. This is a professional solution to export PICTURE to TIFF format file from spreadsheet online using Go.

Export PICTURE object to TIFF format file using Cells Cloud SDK for Go


Export PICTURE object to TIFF file from Excel file is a complex task. Export PICTURE to TIFF format transitions is performed by our Go SDK while maintaining the source PICTURE spreadsheet's main structural and logical content. Our Go library is a professional solution to export PICTURE objects to TIFF format files online. This Cloud SDK gives Go developers powerful functionality and perfect TIFF output.

Code example in Go using REST API to export PICTURE to TIFF format from spreadsheet

// For complete examples and data files, please go to https://github.com/aspose-cells-cloud/aspose-cells-cloud-go/
    package main
    import (
	    asposecellscloud "github.com/aspose-cells-cloud/aspose-cells-cloud-go/v22"
    func main() {
	    instance := asposecellscloud.NewLightCellsApiService(os.Getenv("ProductClientId"), os.Getenv("ProductClientSecret"))
	    var files map[string]string
	    files = make(map[string]string)
	    files["Book1.xlsx"] = "C:/Book1.xlsx"
	    files["myDocument.xlsx"] = "C:/myDocument.xlsx"
	    postExportOpts := new(asposecellscloud.PostExportOpts)
	    postExportOpts.ObjectType = "picture"
	    postExportOpts.Format = "tiff"
	    filesresult, _, err := instance.PostExport(files, postExportOpts)
	    if err != nil {
	    originalStringBytes, err1 := base64.StdEncoding.DecodeString(filesresult.Files[0].FileContent)
	    if err1 != nil {
	    f, err2 := os.Create(filesresult.Files[0].Filename)
	    if err2 != nil {
	    _, err3 := f.Write(originalStringBytes)
	    if err3 != nil {

How to use Cells Cloud SDK for Go to export objects from Excel PICTURE to TIFF

  1. Register an account at Dashboard to get free API quota & authorization details
  2. Initialize the Cells API with your Client ID, Client Secret, Base URL, and API version.
  3. Use the `postExport` method to retrieve the resulting stream.

System Requirements

  1. go version go1.13.0 or newer