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Microsoft® Office® Professional 2013 Plain & Simple by Katherine Murray

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Exporting files

If you want to use the data from your Office 2013 apps in other non-Office applications, you’ll be pleased to know that you can export your data in a variety of formats. To do so, in the Backstage view, click the Export tab. From here, you can create a PDF/XPS file with the exported data or change the file type and export the information in a file format that is compatible with your other application. Excel 2013 also offers an export option with which you can share the data in a web browser so that others will be able to view the data you export.

Export a file

  1. In Backstage view, click the Export tab.

  2. Click the format that you want to use for the exported file. (The Export choices you see will vary from app to app.)

  3. Click ...

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