Did someone send you an Excel document, but you do not have an Excel? Giving up Microsoft Office and switching to Google Drive? No problem; Google Sheets let you import your Excel files. Although some of the same features and effects of an Excel document may not be supported, it works pretty well.
Importing an Excel document into Google Sheets
To view an Excel document in Google Sheets, you must do so first Upload the file to your Google Drive. Open Google Drive, click New, and then click File Upload to get started.
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Navigate to your files, and then click Open.
Alternatively, you can drag and drop a file directly into the web browser and drop it.
When your file has been uploaded, right-click on it and point to "Open With." Click on "Google Sheets" in the context menu.
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Google then converts your document into a Google Sheets file in your Drive account.
After When you finish editing your file, you can either share it with others or download and export your document in a Microsoft Excel format by clicking File> Download As and clicking on the "Microsoft Excel" option. click.
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If you prefer 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.