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To save a specific range of cells, you need to select those cells before clicking File, Save As. Then in the Save As, Options dialog, choose the Selection option and click OK. Then click Save.
Open your Web browser and go to drive.google.com. Double-click the Google Sheet that you wish to download. Click File at the top of the window, then Download As, then select the Microsoft Excel option. You can then click the downloaded file to have it open in Microsoft Excel.
Click File > Save As > Download a Copy. Excel asks whether to open or save the workbook. Click Save. Note: If you click Open instead of Save, the workbook will open in Protected View.
Press F12 or click File > Save a Copy. By default Office will save the copy in the same location as the original. If you want to save the new copy in a different location choose it at this point. Give your new copy a name and click Save.
That usually indicates that the file you are trying to save is a Read-Only file, so you cannot save changes to the original file, you need to save a copy. You can usually go into the Properties (through Windows Explorer) and remove the Read-Only property of the file, if that is indeed what is going on.
Instead of clicking the Open button to open a file, click the dropdown arrow next to the Open button. Choose Open as Copy. Select File, Save As to save the file with a new name. Note that even if you forget to use Save As, at least you will not overwrite the original invoice.
Click on "File" from the menu at the top of the Excel window, then "Save As." The reason for this is that if you have saved the file somewhere besides the desktop, if you click "Save" it will just overwrite that copy, wherever it is. The "Save As" command allows you to select where you want to save it.
Open Windows Explorer. Select the folder that contains the Excel workbook. Right-click on the Excel file. In the popup menu, click Send To. Click Desktop (create Shortcut) Close Windows Explorer.
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