Learn about Spreadsheet Files and APIs to open and create them.
A spreadsheet file contains data in the form of rows and columns. You can open, view and edit such files using spreadsheet software applications such as Microsoft Excel that is now available for both Windows and MacOS operating system. Similarly, Google sheets is a free online spreadsheet creating and editing tool that works from any web browser. A spreadsheet file can be saved in several different file formats, each having a different file extension for unique representation. Data is stored in cells either in plain form such as text string, numbers, date, currency, etc. or as formulas that change a cell’s value when referenced cell values change.
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List of Spreadsheet Software
Several applications are available to open, edit and view these formats including:
- Microsoft Excel
- Google Sheets
Supported Formats of Spreadsheets
Following is a list of common spreadsheet file formats along with their file extensions.