Problem importing spreadsheets, created in Google Docs, to MS Excel

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I am facing problems in importing spreadsheets in MS Excel which were created in Google Docs or vice versa. I want to recommend Google docs tools instead of Excel to colleagues but I am fearful. Any idea?

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Problem importing spreadsheets, created in Google Docs, to MS Excel

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First you need to login your Gmail account.

URL: https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?passive=1209600&osid=1&continue=https://docs.google.com/&followup=https://docs.google.com/&emr=1/

A page appears:

On the extreme right my online files are listed. Which either I have created online or upload from my system.

On the extreme left an orange button 'CREATE' will create the file of your choice (including documents, presentation, spreadsheet, form, drawing, table, collections.) In your case you have to select spreadsheet and ultimately a sheet appears in a new tab. Then complete the sheet.

Also there is an orange icon, which can upload MS office Excel file from your system. That uploaded file will also be listed on the right of the above picture.

This is the file i have created. On the top temp is the file name. Add data and press ctrl+s to save the file. Your online file will be created. You can even share this file by clicking on the 'share' button on the top right.

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Problem importing spreadsheets, created in Google Docs, to MS Excel

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Importing your spreadsheets created in Google Sheets into Microsoft Office Excel shouldn’t be a problem. Files created with Google Sheets, Google’s version of Microsoft Office Excel, are perfectly compatible with Microsoft Office Excel. You should be able to open and save the file perfectly. When you open your spreadsheet in Google Sheets, you can download it in XLSX format (.xlsx), OpenDocument format (.ods), or in PDF document format (.pdf).

Also, if you have a spreadsheet created in Microsoft Office Excel, you can upload it to Google Drive and open it in Google Sheets. You can access Google Drive with your Google account.

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