How to Create a New Google Spreadsheet

Published May 27, 2022

Google has made it easier than ever before to accomplish a wide range of office operations on our smartphones and computers. If you don't have Microsoft Office installed on your computer, don’t worry, Google provides you with a convenient option. Nowadays, spreadsheets are a snap to build and modify using Google Sheets. In this article, we’ll go through 

the simple steps of setting up a new Google Sheets spreadsheet.

 

How to Create a New Google Spreadsheet

Working with Google Sheets will be a breeze if you're already conversant with Microsoft Excel. But even if you've never worked with Excel before, I can guarantee you that it won't be a problem for you to get started here.

Here are some quick tips for getting started with Google Spreadsheets.

Step 1:  First of all, Google Sheets works on a web browser. Just open your favorite web browser and go to: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/0/ and log in to your Google sheets. A Google Sheets homepage will display on your screen as shown.

How to Create a New Google Spreadsheet

 

Step 2: Now, click on “Blank” to start a new spreadsheet.

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Step 3:  a new and a blank spreadsheet will open with the title “Untitled Spreadsheet”

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Step 4:  Click on the name “Untitled Spreadsheet” and edit it with a new name you would like your new spreadsheet to have.

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That’s how to create a new spreadsheet.

 

How to Create a new Google Spreadsheet from an existing spreadsheet

In the preceding steps, we created a new spreadsheet from a blank spreadsheet. What about a situation in that you were already working on an existing spreadsheet and needed to create a new one? 

Its pretty simple; just follow the simple steps below:

Step 1:  On the Google Sheets menu, click on the "insert" option

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Step 2: Then, from the “insert” submenu, select “Sheet”

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Instantly a new spreadsheet will be created with the default name "New Spreadsheet ."At the bottom of your spreadsheets, you will see "Sheet 2".

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You can now rename it with the name you would like.

 

Conclusion: 

Finally, we’ve finally finished creating a new spreadsheet on Google Sheets from a blank sheet and an existing spreadsheet. Once you've finished adding your data, you can either save your spreadsheet, download it, share it, or exit the application

 

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