Vanesha Dolken January 11, 2020 Spreadsheet Examples
In a company, business or organization, you may have to present information in a shorter document which still contains all relevant information. This is when a fact sheet or a fact sheet template may be very useful.
Spreadsheets aren’t exactly the most progressive, compelling, innovative, or gee-whiz-cool teaching resources around, but the right spreadsheet and template at the right time can come in handy. That they’re free, usable across Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, Apple Numbers, and other open-source spreadsheet platforms doesn’t hurt.
Google Sheets is free, easy to access, supports collaborative editing, and can open other spreadsheet files. It can be accessed from any device. After creating and opening a new spreadsheet, any information can be added. As you continue to work, Google automatically saves all changes. To name the spreadsheet, click on "Untitled spreadsheet" in the top-left corner and enter a new name. You can also click the share button in the top-right corner to share the spreadsheet to work collaboratively.
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