I've got as far as importing the data to excel (but this is read only as I don't have Excel) - how do I get it across to Google Doc spreasheet. Thought I could just copy and paste, but no joy at all. Any suggestions? I really don't want to copy out all 160 URLs, titles and publish dates - far too lazy for that - but do need to get a spreadsheet up and running so I can keep better track of my progress.
In your Google spreadsheet, click on the File menu, then choose Import, and you will see the option to import the .xls file (also supports various other formats).
Yeah - did it. Thanks Website Examiner. I can feel my stress levels instantly decrease now I've got all this on a spreadsheet - I might even be able to manage a more methodical approach than just doing a tweak here and there now.
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