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I went through this a while ago. Google spread sheets has limited functionality compared to calc. I started with a google sheet, had to then bring it into calc to get all the functionality I needed. From calc I can put the newer more complex sheet into google docs WITHOUT CONVERSION so that it can be shared.
On 2014-07-14 03:12, Marc Paré wrote:
I am working on a Google spreadsheet for a group and wondered if anyone knew as to how compatible were the two formats.

So far it has been good but I was hoping to try to develop a spreadsheet file for the group a little more extensively and wondered if it would be better to just work from the Google spreadsheet and then download the results to my copy of LibreOffice Calc or could I just as well work from Calc and upload the new versions of the file back up to Google Drive-Spreadsheet.

I would prefer to work from Calc.

Thanks for any information.


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