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What can you do with Sheets?

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Switching from a different spreadsheet program?

See Switching to Sheets from Microsoft Excel instead.

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Sheets homepageWith Google Sheets, you can create and edit spreadsheets directly in your web browser—no special software is required. Multiple people can work simultaneously, you can see people’s changes as they make them, and every change is saved automatically.

What you need:
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Contents

Section 1: Create or import files

1.1 Create a new file
1.2 Import and convert existing files

Section 2: Add content to your spreadsheet

2.1 Enter and edit your data
2.2 Customize your spreadsheet
2.3 Work with rows, columns, and cells
2.4 Work with multiple sheets

Section 3: Share and collaborate on files

3.1 Share files in Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides
3.2 Unshare files in Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides
3.3 Add comments and replies in Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides
3.4 Suggest edits in Docs
3.5 Chat with people directly in Docs, Sheets, or Slides

Section 4: Print and download files

4.1 Print your file
4.2 Download versions in other formats
4.3 Make a copy
4.4 Email a copy as an attachment

Section 5: Access your calendar, notes, and tasks

5.1 Open your Google Calendar and events
5.2 Open notes in Google Keep
5.3 Open your to-do lists in Google Tasks
5.4 Get add-ons


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