Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Sending a spreadsheet via email, part of Numbers 3 Essential Training.
When you want to share an electronic version…of your numbers file with anyone out there,…the most popular way of getting it to them is via email.…What's really nice about numbers is we can do it…directly from the file we're working on.…Even convert it on the fly if we want to.…And that's what we're going to explore…with our [kaneko] budget file that we've been working with.…Kaeko final dot numbers in the chapter 10 folder…of your exercise files.…Right from the toolbar you'll find the share button.…We can go to the share menu as well…but the share button gives us everything we need.…
In the next movie we'll talk about sharing links via iCloud…and the share settings.…For now though we're going right down…to the bottom to send a copy.…And there it is right at the top email.…We can do it using messages or even airdrop…between computers that are close by.…And with email, what I really like is select it,…you get to choose the format on the fly…so it's converted and then attached to an email.…So you don't have to convert it to pdf,…
- Creating and laying out spreadsheets
- Importing data
- Working with tables
- Adding images to cells
- Performing calculations with formulas and functions
- Creating charts
- Formatting text and numbers
- Including audio, video, and shapes
- Designing templates
- Printing and sharing spreadsheets
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Numbers
2. Working with Spreadsheets
3. Working with Tables
4. Working with Table Styles
5. Using Formulas and Functions
6. Working with Charts
7. Working with Text and Numbers
8. Working with Objects
9. Creating Your Own Templates
10. Sharing Your Spreadsheets
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