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How do I download keyword into CSV sheet?

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I want to know how to extract keyword being used in campaign I just set up. Please help me on how to download a CSV excel sheet.


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Top Contributor, cobnut replied: 


Open your Adwords Account, navigate to the campaign you want to look at, then the Keywords tab for that campaign. Look above the graph that shows your clicks and - around the middle of the bar directly above this graph - you should see a little button with a "down arrow" on it.  Click this and you'll see options for downloading the data shown. The reference below may explain this better!
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As an aside, I'd note that some of excel's most powerful features e.g. pivot tables can't be used with a .csv file. Hence I typically use the Save as function to save the donwloaded file as .xlsx right away.

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As an aside, I'd note that some of excel's most powerful features e.g. pivot tables can't be used with a .csv file. Hence I typically use the Save as function to save the donwloaded file as .xlsx right away.