Google Sheets Beginners: Exporting your Google Sheet as different file types (28)

28 Downloading or Exporting your Google Sheet

One of the benefits of using Google Sheets is that it can quickly be downloaded as different file types like Excel files (*.xlsx), Open Document Format **.ods), PDFs for reports or CSV or TSV for uploading onto other software systems.

In this tutorial, I’ll cover,

  1. Why downloading in different formats can be useful. 00:15
  2. How to navigate to the download function 00:37
  3. How to download your Google Sheet in Excel or ODS form 00:45 
  4. Differences between Excel and Sheets 01:45
  5. Function Issues that do not translate from Google Sheets into Excel 03:00 
  6. How to download your Google Sheet in PDF form 04:41
  7. How to download your Google Sheet in Webpage HTML form 05:50
  8. How to download your Google Sheet in Comma-Separated Values (CSV) or Tab-Separated Values (TSV) forms 06:59
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