1. You can go to your LastPass Icon > Tools > Advanced Tools > Export To to export your usernames and passwords into one of several formats.
- You can export in a .csv file (comma separated value) - essentially an Excel spreadsheet.
- You can also export back to your browser password manager.
2. We strongly suggest at the very least password protecting this file from within excel for office.
Office 2010/2013 (Windows):
- Click the Microsoft Office Button , click Save As, and on the bottom of the Save As dialog, click Tools.
- On the Tools menu, click General Options. ...
- Under File sharing, in the Password to modify box, type a password.
- In the Confirm Password dialog, re-type the password.
Office 2011 (MAC):
- Open the workbook you want to protect.
- On the Review tab, under Protection, click Passwords.
- In the Password to open box, type a password, then click OK. (Note: Password to modify, does not encrypt the document)
- In the Confirm Password dialog box, type the password again, then click OK.
- Click Save.
4. Exporting from your Online Vault at https://lastpass.com/ will cause your browser to open a tab and display your data in plain text. Copy and paste this data into a plain text file and save the document as .csv file. This information is not stored in your browser's cache. If you use step 2 and find this behavior, this is because the binary component is not installed.
**Please note that Fill Form profiles cannot be exported.