I have a rather complicated excel-spreadsheet with calculations. I would like to insert this into my document so it looks quiet neat. It easily fits one page with title, caption, etc. I tried converting it to pdf and using:

\subsection{Preliminary Calculations}
\includepdf[pages={1},fitpaper=true,picturecommand={!h}] {../NominalCalculations.pdf}

However this does not give me the desired result. It creates one page with the section title and subsection title, then leaves a massive amount of white space and creates a new page for the pdf file. The pdf file has enough space to fit title and sectiontitle above it. How do I get them on one page? How do I caption it as a table? How do I display the LaTeX document page number on the page?

Thank you in advance!

  • When you insert a pdf using \includepdf you are inserting a page not an image. So if you want to insert the PDF as part of your document like an image, use \includegraphics from the graphicx package. Then the page will be a regular page of your document, and will be numbered correctly also. – Alan Munn Feb 10 '16 at 16:34
  • Hmm is that the only way? If so, how can I caption it as a table instead of a figure? – Curiosity-Strikes Feb 10 '16 at 17:53
  • Just put the \includegraphics command inside a {table} environment. – Alan Munn Feb 10 '16 at 18:03
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    But really you should probably not format tables in Excel but use LaTeX to do them. If you save the unformatted Excel data as a CSV file you can easily import it and format it using pgfplotstable. See How typeset a numeric table from a CSV file and also also Comprehensive list of tools that simplify the generation of LaTeX tables and – Alan Munn Feb 10 '16 at 18:57
  • I never use tables in Excel, however I was given this one and I have to include it in the report. Thank you guys – Curiosity-Strikes Feb 10 '16 at 19:18

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