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Exporting to Excel

Click on the Export data sets to Excel button (file_excel_normal) on the data sets toolbar. This will start the export process.

Select the data sets you want to export. Each data set will be exported to a different worksheet. Thus, you need to give each worksheet a unique name. You can view the data contained in each data set by selecting the data set in the Available data sets

Enter the name of the Excel workbook to save the data sets in, and how many rows should be stored on each worksheet
You can then select the image and file options to be displayed in the Excel workbook. See the Image and File options topic for details.


SQL Spreadsheets will export the data sets to the Excel workbook you named, and report its progress.

Once the export process has completed, you can open the Excel file by clicking on the Open workbook