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How do I display an Excel On-line spreadsheet in a Confluence page ?


How do I display an Excel On-line spreadsheet - actually stored on SharePoint - in a Confluence page ? i.e. NOT attached the spreadsheet to the Confluence page ?

This is also effectively like displaying a web page in-line in a Confluence page.




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Hi @Michael Green 

IDNK if this is still actual, but run into your question when looking for the same answer. It appears that for Confluence Server you can do:
1. HTML Macro
2. Generate link to embed on Excel Online -> Share -> Embed -> Configure and copy the link from Embed code.

I didn't yet check if the embedded file follows the same access restrictions as on SharePoint, but at least it works for those who has access to the file.

Hope this helps.

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David Toussaint [Communardo]
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Aug 23, 2022

Hi @Michael Green ,

there are several Apps available in the Atlassian Marketplace that cover that functionality. Doing a quick search for "SharePoint" (as Excel Online is in SharePoint) lists several:

Depending on your hosting of Confluence and SharePoint maybe not all of those options may be valid, you'd have to look into the specifics.

Disclosure: I'm working for Communard, the company behind the SharePoint Connector for Confluence (listed in the linked search result). And I can certainly say that our app works for each combination of hosting. Let me know if you whish to learn more about it.

Cheers, David

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