How to Attach Google Sheets to Email (Easiest Way in 2023)
In this article we will show you how to attach Google Sheets to emails in just a few clicks. Simply follow the steps below.
How to Attach Google Sheets to Email
1. Click File, Select Email, Choose Email this file
For example, we want to send this file via email.
We start by clicking File, then selecting Email, then choosing Email this file.
2. Set Email Attributes such as Recipient, Subject, Message, and File Type
A box will appear labeled Email this file. You need to give the following information:
Additionally, you need to specify the file type of the attachment. Options are PDF, Open Office Spreadsheet, and Microsoft Excel.
Once you filled up the details, the box will look like this:
We set the file type to Microsoft Excel so the recipient can download it and open via Excel.
3. Click Send
When you are ready, click Send.
Your recipient will be able to receive the email.
The attachment can be seen at the end of the email.
How to Receive A Copy of Email with Google Sheets Attached?
Unfortunately, the email draft you send via Google Sheets is not saved in Gmail. However, you can still receive a copy of the email through the Email this file box. In the pop-up box, you have an option Send yourself a copy on the top of the box for the recipient. Tick the checkbox.
You will receive a copy of the email with the attachment you have sent.
We hope you now have a better understanding of how to attach google sheets to email.
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