Convert a Numbers spreadsheet in Numbers on iPhone or iPad If you want to open a Numbers spreadsheet in another app like Microsoft Excel, use Numbers to convert the spreadsheet into the appropriate format.
In Numbers, open the spreadsheet that you want to convert, then tap the More button. Tap Export. Choose a format for your spreadsheet. For example, if you want to open your Numbers spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel, choose Excel. Choose how you want to send your spreadsheet, like with Mail or Messages. You can also open a file in Numbers from a different app like the Files app, or from an email: Open the other app, then select the spreadsheet or attachment. Tap the Share button.
Tap Copy to Numbers. The original file remains intact. Convert a Numbers spreadsheet in Numbers for Mac If you want to open a Numbers spreadsheet in another app like Microsoft Excel, use Numbers to convert the spreadsheet to an appropriate format.
In Numbers, open the Numbers spreadsheet that you want to convert. In the window that appears, you can choose a different format or set up any additional options. Click Next.
Enter a name for your file and select a folder to save it to. Click Export. I have been upgrading versions for over a year now to see if the features we need get added. Maybe I should delete my install and download a fresh install to see if that works, instead off upgrading.
You can send an email to support manager. To make things a little less confusing we break up each transaction into fee and non fee lines so that the importing actually works and allocation out of suspense account is made more logical. The massaging of data is a a little tricky as we delete a lot of redundant columns and concatenate data across columns of the spreadsheet in Excel.
Not an exercise for the fainthearted though. Thanks for the info! Yeah looks like the csv needs a lot of editing before import. Does anyone else use Paypal and need to import statements into Manager?
Make sure you are using the latest version as this has been added only 2 weeks ago. Tut March 16, , am 7. Thanks for the help with this. Thank you for the response. Log in or Create a profile. It's web based. Doesn't even have ads.
I used it today and it was a total time saver to get transactions from a credit card site that only provides csv and xml no qif, ofx, or ofc. Just wanted to share it as I had been searching for a converter, kept getting a paid Windows program suggested and the just stumbled on this free one in the comments section of a site. Thanks for the suggestion.
I am passing this along to our tech people to look at and it could definitely be a nice add-on to send users to. Dear MD Forum: One can never be too cautious when it comes to protecting sensitive financial information. I would redact account numbers and routing numbers first. HTH -Kevin N. I think you have a valid concern. I think people should definitely think about what information they are pasting before doing so. I think if people have concerns about some of the information from a cvs file being sensitive, opening the csv data in a spreadsheet first, and then deleting all of the columns except those that they want converted to qif would be wise- I assume that this is what you mean when you say 'redact account numbers and routing numbers first'.
I also began wondering about how difficult it would be to create a Moneydance extension that can convert csv to qif. That way data wouldn't need to be pasted into someone else's web app. Anyone out there have any ideas about how to do this or where I would look to get started? I am with Kevin on this one. There is some risk with using an online service for converting your financial data.
The trouble with csv as a file format for financial data is that csv is a general file format that will support any tabulated data. It is not specifically designed for storing transactions.
This has been a real stumbling block so far. Read the help file for instructions and troubleshooting information. CloudConvert helps to convert different types of audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image, spreadsheet, and presentations. Jun 27, It requires you have the CSV files with closing prices for each day you care about. Czech Republic.