How to Convert Numbers File to Microsoft Excel on iPhone, iPad


Want to convert a Numbers file to Microsoft Excel file format on your iPhone and iPad? Today we will show you how to do it.

Convert the Numbers File Format to Microsoft Excel Right on Your iPhone or iPad

Converting files from one format to another isn’t anyone’s cup of tea. But, we live in a world where we have to deal with such things thanks to the existence of multiple platforms and apps.

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If you’re here because you have a Numbers file at hand which needs to be converted to Microsoft Excel, then you have come to the right place. And, to make things interesting, we will show you how to do it right on your iPhone or iPad. It’s super easy, and all you need is the official Numbers app from the App Store (download link.)


Step 1. Launch the Numbers app on your iPhone or iPad.

Step 2. Open up the file you want to convert to the Microsoft Excel file format. You can choose from the Files app or the one sitting in your email, entirely up to you.

Step 3. Once the file has opened up, tap on the three dots button at the top right hand corner.

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Step 4. Now tap on Export.

Step 5. Select Excel and let Numbers convert the document to the desired file format.

Step 6. Once done, you can tap on the Share button and save the Excel file to Files or send it away from the list of apps that support sharing.

It’s that simple. If you have multiple files which you want to convert over to the Excel file format, you can use the steps above on your iPhone and iPad. But remember, there will be certain elements that might not translate correctly once the conversion is complete, so make sure everything is in tact once you save or send the file over to someone else.

We really think this process can’t get simpler than this. If you have multiple files, you can go through the steps above to convert everything to Microsoft Excel file format. Once done, you can get rid of Numbers from view and go on with your number-filled life.

Interestingly, you can convert every iWork suite format to its Microsoft Office equivalent without any fuss. And best of all, it’s free, doesn’t cost a dime, and all you need is a compatible device to run the Pages, Numbers or Keynote on. We're 100% sure you have one of those already.

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