How Do I Use Data Import Or Export To Bring Data Into Or Out Of My Sheet?

There are several ways to import or export data in Google Sheets:

  1. Import data from another file:
  • To import data from another Google Sheets file, click the “File” dropdown in the toolbar, then select “Import.” Choose “Import data from another file” and follow the prompts to select the file and specify how you want the data to be imported.
  • To import data from a file in a different format, such as an Excel file or a CSV file, click the “File” dropdown, then select “Import.” Choose “Import data from a file,” then follow the prompts to select the file and specify the import options.
  1. Import data from a website:
  • To import data from a website, click the “Data” dropdown in the toolbar, then select “Import data from a website.” Enter the URL of the website, then follow the prompts to specify how you want the data to be imported.
  1. Import data from a database:
  • To import data from a database, click the “Data” dropdown, then select “Import data from a database.” Follow the prompts to specify the database connection and the data you want to import.
  1. Export data to another file:
  • To export data from a Google Sheets file to another file, click the “File” dropdown, then select “Export.” Choose “Export as,” then select the file type and follow the prompts to specify the export options.
  • To export data to a database, click the “Data” dropdown, then select “Export data to a database.” Follow the prompts to specify the database connection and the data you want to export.

These are just a few examples of the ways you can import or export data in Google Sheets. There are many other options and tools available, so be sure to explore the “Data” and “File” menus to see what other options are available.