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Old 01-18-2021, 11:30 PM   #1
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No Microsoft: How you export to Google Docs

RVTW changed the printing output last year. Since I no longer pay for Microsoft I had to find a way to print to Google Sheets since there is no export to anything other than Excel.
The simple solution is to save the "Export to Excel" to your desktop and then upload it to your "One Drive." You can then open it in Google Sheets and modify as needed.
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Another way is to download Libre, a suite of products equivalent to MS Office. It is free and I have been using it for years. I prefer keeping my data on my computer vs the cloud.
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There is also Open Office. It is a free open source program that is basically the same as Microsoft Office. You can use it to open, edit, and create Word and Excel documents.
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I found this after a quick search:
One of the biggest differences between Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice is the frequency of releases. LibreOffice is updated much more frequently than Apache OpenOffice, which means you'll receive new features and bug fixes more quickly.
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Printing other than MS

You can always download Libre Office or
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RVTW changed the printing output last year. Since I no longer pay for Microsoft I had to find a way to print to Google Sheets since there is no export to anything other than Excel.
The simple solution is to save the "Export to Excel" to your desktop and then upload it to your "One Drive." You can then open it in Google Sheets and modify as needed.
You can always download Libre Office?
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