To convert Excel table into an image, and to preserve its resolution so that resizing image may not lose its resolution, here is the easy way to do it. Remember there is an option “Copy as Picture” but this option is only for snapshot purpose and image will lose its resolution when you resize it or watch it on big plasma screen or projector. The method below will make it’s a type of vector image for its colors and fonts.
Make your Excel table fonts color size as much as you can view on single page. Adjust the margins by
Page Layout > Margins
Now you can clearly see a dotted line towards the left indicating the end of Left side of the page. Adjust your table in center by adding or removing top and bottom rows and side columns, purpose is to fit the table in center of the page, or as per your requirement where you want to fit in the image.
Save your document as PDF by File > Save As and Select PDF from drop down of file dialogue. You can choose as many sheets as you want by just going to print and page settings.
Or Simply you can go to File > Export > Create PDF/XPS Document, a File dialogue appears to choose the destination place where you want to save this PDF file of yours, here you can clearly see an “option” on file dialogue clicking on his will let you choose how many worksheets you want to include in your PDF 1, 2 or all, or any specific worksheet all you can choose here.
Open the PDF document you just saved and select the table by choosing snapshot from toolbar and select the entire table only.
Now zoom in up to 200% or 400% the more your zoom the more heavy and high-resolution image you get. By just selecting View > Zoom > Zoom out or you can adjust zoom form status bar too. Press Control C or Right Click on selected Graphic and Select “Copy Selected Graphic”.
Open MS Paint and paste there by just pressing control V save this image and now check its resolution and file size. The more you zoom in pdf document the higher resolution image you receive.