With Spreadsheet.com, it is easy to import Excel documents retaining all data, formulas, formatting, and more.
How to Import from Excel
Next, from that Folder (for instance, below, we choose our "Main Folder"), click + New workbook , and then Import from Excel.
From there, an Import workbook dialog will appear.
In this window, you can drag and drop your spreadsheet file into the dialog box, or you can click Select file to upload to find the file on your device. Currently, Spreadsheet.com can import files with the .XLS, .XLSX, .XLT, .XLTX, and .CSV file extensions. If your file type is not one of these extensions, try converting it to one of these file types.
Spreadsheet.com will only accept one file for import at a time, as you will be taken to this Workbook in the next step. Once you have dropped in or chosen a file for import, the name of that file will appear in the Dialog box:
Here too, you can change the name of the resulting Workbook, double-check that you are importing the right file, and have chosen the right Folder. Once you are ready, click Import to start the importing process. From there, Spreadsheet.com will take you into your new, imported, Worksheet.
Depending on your Spreadsheet.com plan, you will be limited in the number of rows a workbook can contain. Full details are available in this Workbook Storage and Size Limit article. Imported files can be up to 5MB in size.
Check out our Quick Start article on Tips for Importing Spreadsheets for more insight into how to prepare a spreadsheet for import, especially if converting some data to Spreadsheet.com's unique data types.