Table toolbox. You'll see the spreadsheet menu appear and a list of all the functions. · Use each function to copy and paste the tables with the text and values from any cell in the spreadsheet. Excel worksheet copy tools You will be given one-by-one instructions on how to accomplish each task. The examples above will work on any Microsoft Excel spreadsheet you have. Excel spreadsheet copy with .csv export If you want to copy a table into Excel with a .csv filename, you can do that. It has nothing to do with Microsoft Word or WordPerfect for Excel. As long as the table contains the same content as the spreadsheet you are exporting, you can simply go to the spreadsheet, select the table and copy it from the spreadsheet into Excel. Excel spreadsheet copy with .xlsx export It is an additional step, but not as complicated as to copy the table. As for the file name, you will need to specify a .xlsx if the tables contain a lot of data. You can use any .xlsx extension you prefer, but a few common ones are .xlsx, .ods, and .ODT. You will find Excel spreadsheet copy tools at the Excel worksheet toolbar. Here are some useful tools: Copy a Table by Word — One-Click File If you have not copied a Word table to Excel before, you have to give this a try. You can copy it by one click. All you need to do is select the text and click on the “Copy” button. If you wish to copy the table in a different page than the desktop, you can select one of the column headers of this table and copy it. Excel Import To load an Excel spreadsheet into Excel, go to the spreadsheet, click View > View tab > Export > Make a copy. A new copy of the sheet will be created in your Excel workbook, which you can then paste into Excel. Excel Import/Export You can import Excel files into Excel by opening “File” > Go to File > Open. To import Excel files from the .xls/.ods file, go to Excel > Options → View > Table > File Type and select the .xls or .ods. You will find Excel import and export tools at the Excel worksheet toolbar. There are several of them. Import a .