In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a csv file in google sheets.
A CSV file, or Comma-Separated Values file, is a type of text file where values are separated by commas to create a table of data from unformatted text. Because they contain no complex formatting or other metadata and are very easy to read, they’re a frequent intermediary file format for transferring data between different applications and services. If you need to create a CSV file from Google Sheets data, don’t worry: The Google Sheets developers understood the importance of CSV files and made it quick and easy to create them. Here how:
Since CSV files contain no formatting or extra features, they can contain only a single sheet. Make sure the sheet you want to create the CSV from is active
Open the File menu, hover over Download and choose Comma Separated Values (.csv)
If prompted to do so, choose a name and location for the file. Otherwise it will be stored in your browser’s default downloads location, based on your preferences
Note that the CSV file will contain no formulas, formatting, or other extras from the original Google Sheet since only text is supported in CSV files
In this tutorial, I covered how to create a csv file in google sheets. Want more? Check out all the Google Sheets Tutorials.