How to Make a Copy of Your Google Sheet Spreadsheet

Google Sheets are a great way to manage your data, and with the right formatting, you can even make it look good. But what if you want more than one person on your team to work on the same spreadsheet? With Google Drive, you can create an editable copy of your sheet so that everyone has their own version of it! This blog post will show you how to do just that.

The following steps will show you how to make a copy of your google sheet spreadsheet.

Step 1 – Make sure you are logged into your Google Account.

Step 2 – Copy and paste in URL containing link for original document into the web browser, then hit enter on keyboard. This will open up an editable version which can be saved as its own file.

Step 3 – Click the “File” tab and select “Make a Copy”.

Step 4 – You can now go ahead and save it as is with that name. Or you can rename the spreadsheet to whatever name you want.

Step 5 – Select the folder on your Google Drive that you would like to save it on. You can create a new folder first if you’d like. In any case, you can always move the file anywhere across your google drive later on. Here I’m changing the original file name from “Ramen Ratings” to “Ramen Rating v2”. Click on Select.

Step 5 – Click on Ok.

Step 6 – Once that’s done, you can go ahead and close the original file that you opened up from the link.

Step 7 – You now have your own copy of the spreadsheet named “Ramen Ratings v2” ready to use saved on your Google Drive.