Replace a Spreadsheet
A guide to replacing a spreadsheet.
Using Google Spreadsheets in your new site
One of the coolest things about a Google site is that you can embed a free Google Spreadsheet in your site to display schedules, lists, charts, timers, or logs on your homepage!
Take a look at these articles for a few Google spreadsheet ideas:
• Embedding Google Spreadsheets in Your Blog or Website: http://www.vertex42.com/News/embedding-google-spreadsheets.html
• Here’s one that talks about the advantages of using Google spreadsheets: http://www.lausd.net/imast/resources_files/Google%20Apps.pdf
Replace a spreadsheet
When your template was created, embedded Google Spreadsheets, Documents and Spreadsheet Forms were also created. If you are the template creator, you can find them in your Documents listing.
If you are logged into your Google account, you can navigate to your Documents by clicking Documents at the top of your page.
Create a new spreadsheet to use in your site
1. Navigate to your document listing by clicking Documents.
2. Click Create new and choose Spreadsheet from the dropdown list.
3. Add your content to the spreadsheet.
4. You’ll need to share your spreadsheet with members of your site who are going to need access to make changes to the spreadsheets.
Click Share and then choose Invite people... from the dropdown options.
5. If you want your spreadsheet to be private (only viewable by you, or a select number of people), you can invite members here. If your site is public, then click on the People with access tab.
6. Click on the Change link.
7. If you want it to be viewable to anyone visiting your site, select Let people view without signing in.
8. Then click Save & Close.
Replace an existing spreadsheet
1. Edit the page.
2. Find the spreadsheet and click on the image.
3. Click the Properties link.
4. Click Change.
5. Select your spreadsheet and click Select.
6. Adjust the properties and click Save.
7. When you are done editing the page, click Save.