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

28 Downloading or Exporting your Google Sheet

Last Updated on 2021-10-31 by Jarret Hooper

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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