I have an excel spreadsheet that I need to import into Confluence as a Confluence table so it can be edited on Confluence. I've tried multiple things:
- I attached the excel file, which didn't really work well at all and wasn't what I was looking for
-I embedded the file using the Excel office macro and that was better, but to edit it you had to open in in Excel and upload it again which once again wasn't what I was looking for
-I tried to create a table in confluence and then paste the cells from excel into it because I've seen a lot posts saying that should work. But anytime I tried to paste the cells they pasted into confluence as an image. I made sure I wasn't copying as a picture in excel but it still didn't work. I really hoped this method would be the one but it wasn't.
Using external macros is a bit hard due to security reasons so I can't do that either. Anyone have any suggestions?
Can you let me know what version of Confluence you are on?
I am on Confluence Server 6.6.3 and I also use the excel office macro. When I edit, it does indeed open excel for me to do the edits in externally, but it automatically updates the file I have uploaded too. there isn't a need for the manual step of save and then re-upload. I can just save.
Hi Kimberly and @Vineela Vandanapu
I 've made the experience that edit the document directly works best when using Internet Explorer (I know....) but you have to check some presets in your system, so that saving directly works.
Had a huge discussion about that with our IT department...
Make sure you have the correct page name defined, in the settings for the Macro. If it's looking at the wrong page, it won't auto detect it.
Here is a link to some documentation about working with that Macro.
Is the requirement to convert the spreadsheet into a native Confluence table? The reason why I ask is because you tried the excel macro. If a Confluence table is is not a requirement, you can always import the file into a file list and keep it a spreadsheet.
Note: Excel office macro will show the spreadsheet's content in the first tab, so if you have multiple tabs in your spreadsheet, this won't work.
We tend to keep large spreadsheets in spreadsheets due to the limited functionality (compared to Excel) of Confluence's tables.
It's not a requirement to use a native confluence table. I would use the excel macro but it stopped working for some reason on every page I try it on apart from my first test page. Even when the file is attached the macro can't find it, so I'm not exactly sure how to proceed.
With "Easy Tables For Confluence", you can import data from excel into a table in Confluence. Here the plugin and documentation. I hope it will help.
Hi, I think I can help you with an app available for Confluence called Excellentable. It allows you to have a fully functional, exportable spreadsheet right inside Confluence. So, instead of using a Confluence table, you can put your data into Excellentable and export it to display perfectly in Excel. You can also import an Excel file to display in Confluence!
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