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I am pretty new to confluence.
I work with MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro Chip.
I am looking for a useful solution, to include Excel - files in my Confluence sheets and have the ability to work in those excel sheets.
Can you please help me?
Since it says you're new here...
<stepping onto soapbox>
I never recommend using files inside of Confluence or using Confluence as a file repository.
Put the content into Confluence itself.
If you're using Excel for calculations (its intended purpose and not as a database or content holder), there are plugins that you can get that will also do calculations in Confluence.
Otherwise, you might was well use the web version of Excel or any other online spreadsheet.
You miss the benefits of Confluence if you use it as a file repository or try to use it in a way for which it was not designed.
<stepping down from soapbox>
Having said that, see Office Excel Macro or the Atlassian Marketplace for loads of Excel-like plugins that will let you operate like you want be it right or wrong.