Here’s a definitive guide on how you can import excel documents into Google Sheets.
Did you just downloaded an Excel document and would need the help of an Excel office to view but do not have? Lost total interest and picking up on Google Drive? No “lele!” Google Sheet allow you to import your Excel files easily and while it might not support some of the same features and effects of an Excel document, it works pretty well.
How to Import an Excel Document into Google Sheets
The first thing you should do if you want to view an Excel document on Google Sheets is to first upload the document to your personal Google Drive.
Open Google Drive, click “New,” and then click “File Upload” to get started.
Quickly locate and access your file(s) and then click “Open.”
You can also decide to drag and drop a file from your computer directly into the web browser for easy and fast upload.
Once your file uploads, right-click it, point to “Open With” on the context menu, and then select “Google Sheets.”
After this, Google Doc will convert your file into a spreadsheet on your Drive account.
After you’ve finished editing your file, you can either share it with others or download and export your document back into a Microsoft Excel format by going to File > Download As and then clicking the “Microsoft Excel” option.
If you’d rather download your document in PDF, ODS, CSV, or other formats, you can do that too.
The file is then downloaded to the browser’s default download folder.
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