On Sun, Jan 6, 2019 at 3:01 PM Lacey N. Dunham <lacey.n.dunham...>
You should be able to add the Excel spreadsheet to your account’s Google
Drive. From there, you can open the native Excel file as a "Google Sheet"
and manipulate the fields and edit just as you would an Excel doc.
Sometimes in the transfer, the fields or formatting are wonky, but
otherwise, this is a handy way to share data via the cloud, and without
requiring folks to use the MS Suite.
Actually, DUHHHHHHHHHHH to myself, Gmail's newest version make it easy to
bring up an Excel spreadsheet in Google Sheets. It's the option for the
attached file that looks like a pencil...see attached.
I'd be curious to see what a submitted form looks like as this effort has
always been a mystery to me...
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