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How to Link read from one "Excel Table Spread Sheet" into another "Excel Table Spread Sheet"

Mary Lyons
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May 18, 2023

How to Link read from one "Excel Table Spread Sheet" into another "Excel Table Spread Sheet" on the same Confluence page?

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May 18, 2023

Hi @Mary Lyons,

The Table Spreadsheet macro stores its data as a .tfss page attachment. So, if you need to reuse a specific spreadsheet, you may insert a new Table Spreadsheet macro, go to the menu File -> Open and choose what .tfss attachment (what spreadsheet) you need to reuse.

The spreadsheet data will be read from and saved to the selected attachment. You can work with a copy of the attachment by saving it as a new attachment (File > Save as).

Please refer to the "Reusing of the Table Spreadsheet macro" section of our documentation.

And you may also use the Table Spreadsheet Include macro to reuse data from your spreadsheets. This macro works similar to the Table Excerpt/Table Excerpt Include macros but regarding spreadsheets.

The included data can't be changed via the Table Spreadsheet Include macro (the macro only reflects the data from the original spreadsheet) but it can be wrapped in Table Filter, Pivot Table and other our macros for further manipulations.

If the question was how to address specific cells from another spreadsheet, then it is not possible. You can address only cells from other sheets within the same spreadsheet.

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