Batch XLSX to XLS Converter provides a simple tool for converting Excel file types. The program's layout is basic enough for any skill level to have success with.
The program's interface struck us as drastically different from other converters we'd tested. It was so basic--only containing a few commands--that we found experimenting for a few seconds was more helpful than reading the instructional Help file. The program avoided the pitfalls of other converters by not allowing us multiple options for conversion. We liked that XLS files were converted to XLSX files and vice versa, with no opportunities to change this process. We enjoyed the freedom to choose single files, multiple files, or entire folders for conversion. We expected the conversion to happen instantly, but it actually took almost a minute. However, this wasn't a huge inconvenience, especially since the test files all went to their intended destinations and kept all their data. The program also offered a nice special feature, its search engine, which helped us track down missing files. We were confident that even users who had never converted a file would move effortlessly through this program.
Batch XLSX to XLS Converter comes with a seven-day trial. While not as fast as we hoped, the program is still a great conversion tool and we recommend it.
Batch XLS AND XLSX Converter is a Excel XLS to XLSX, XLSX to XLS Batch Converter that can convert Excel XLS to XLSX and XLSX to XLS easily. Batch XLS TO XLSX Converter supports powerful search for a lot of files. Batch XLS AND XLSX Converter supports project and command line. Batch XLS AND XLSX Converter has a friendly GUI so it is used very easily. Batch XLS & XLSX Converter Drag and Explorer Context supported. Batch XLS AND XLSX Converter supports a efficient Multi-Thread conversion engine. So you could control the conversion action very easily. You can stop or pause and continue it in any time. You can save your conversion work in a project file (.batch-xls2xls) for re-use. You can run the batch-xls2xls project in Microsoft Windows Explorer or command line directly.