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DATA GEM: How to Print and Transfer Data Tables to Excel Using data.census.gov

UPDATE: A print button is now available on data.census.gov in the Customize Table ribbon. You can also continue to use the Ctrl + P keys to print, as well. Currently, the print functionality works best for small tables with a single geography.  However, we are working to expand its functionality in future releases.


In this Data Gem you will learn a neat trick about how to transfer a data table in its original format to an excel spreadsheet. You will also learn how to print and create a .pdf file for your data table.

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Data Gems

A series of "how-to" videos available for data users who are looking for an easy and quick way to enhance their knowledge of Census data.

They will introduce you to various concepts and techniques to improve your ability to navigate our website and use our data-access tools.

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Page Last Revised - April 14, 2023
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