Category: spreadsheets

How to Open a CSV in Google Sheets

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Do you want to use Google Sheets to view and edit CSV files for data analysis? Or perhaps to import or export contacts? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that Google Sheets has native support for CSV files. With how widely used Google Sheets is throughout the workplace and educational worlds, knowing how to perform tasks like this can be undeniably useful.

If you aren’t aware, CSV stands for comma-separated values, which as the name suggests uses commas as a field separator to separate values in a text file. Most popular spreadsheet applications like…

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How to Use Formulas in Numbers Spreadsheets on iPhone & iPad

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Most spreadsheet applications are able to perform various numerical operations to quickly manipulate the data you enter in the cells. If you use Apple’s Numbers to create and edit spreadsheets, you’ll be able to use formulas right from your iPhone and iPad.

Numbers, just like any other spreadsheet application features built-in functions and formulas to make calculations a lot easier. This eliminates the need to use a calculator for doing your math. In Numbers, formulas provide calculated values based on the contents of the cells you select in your…

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How to Open Numbers File on Windows PC with iCloud

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Need to open a Numbers file but you’re on a Windows PC? No problem, you can use iCloud to access, edit, and open Numbers files, even if you don’t have an iPhone, iPad, or Mac with an official Numbers app handy.

Today, we live in an era where people own multiple devices that are powered by different operating systems, and work environments are often mixed with Mac, Windows, PC, iOS, iPadOS, ChromeOS, Linux, Android, and everything else. So, let’s say you own a MacBook that you use while you’re on the move but own a Windows desktop at your home or…

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