As we increasingly start to work from home and work with clients globally, it is vital that we prepare our Google Sheet for the country that our users and clients are from.
In this tutorial, we will cover how to quickly change your current Google Sheet’s timezone, date and currency for the entire document.
In this tutorial, I’ll cover,
1. A first look at Spreadsheet Settings.
2. Understanding the difference between your Google Workspace global locale setting and what you can modify a specific Google Sheet to.
3. Changing your locale.
4. Next I will run through two examples to show what has changed when implementing a locale and timezone change.
5. Some things you might or might not expect to change.
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