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Format of excel tables for bulk import

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I know I've seen a chart of the required and optional fields for tables to be imported into Adwords. I just can't find it. If I recall, it showed the different columns for the different kinds of imports (such as ads, keywords, etc.). Can anyone point me to where this is?

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Re: Format of excel tables for bulk import

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hi Danny,

You might be looking for the sample CSV file in the shard link:
https://support.google.com/adwords/editor/answer/56368
(available in the 1st point)

Hope it will help.

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Hi Danny,

 

Here you gohttps://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2477116?hl=en

 

Hope it helps !!

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Hi! Thanks so much for this. Unfortunately (fortunately?), I had found
this. What I saw the first time and wish I could find again was a series of
excel table layouts showing the required title of each column, which
columns were required or not, and what the row information would be. And
there was one of these descriptive tables for each type of import. For
example, there was one for keywords showing that you needed to have the
campaign specified, the ad group specified, and the added keyword. It also
showed the other optional fields. Sure wish I could find this again because
I need the same information for creating a new ad group, for creating an
ad, and for attaching callouts to an ad. Back to the search...