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How to Download Google Sheets

Download Google Sheets for offline access, backup, data portability, version control, access to advanced features and more.
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Downloading Google Sheets for Excel and more provides flexibility, accessibility, and security benefits that can be valuable in various situations, depending on your specific needs and preferences. Here's how to get started.

How to download Google Sheets

Download a Google spreadsheet into a CSV file that you can export to Excel, work with offline and more.

1. Navigate to the Google sheet.

Select the sheet you want to download. You can find it in Google Drive or in your company's knowledge management system.

2. Click "File."

Click "File" in the upper nav bar.

How to download Google Sheets. Step 1: Click File.

3. Hover over "Download."

This will appear in the dropdown after you click "File."

How to download Google Sheets. Step 2: Hover over download.

4. Click "Comma Separated Values (.csv)"

This will export your sheet into a format that's compatible with Excel and other spreadsheet tools. If you want to download in another format, you can also export to a PDF or directly into Microsoft Excel.

How to download Google Sheets. Step 4: Click "Comma Separated Values (.csv).

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