Microsoft Excel data source

Review this guide to learn how you can set up a Microsoft Excel source for a number of data destinations supported by allows you to import data from an Excel file stored in your OneDrive or OneDrive for Business account. You can work with this file offline, however, it is required for the file to be stored on OneDrive. 

The 4 steps to complete the setup 

  1. Connect Microsoft Account
  2. Select a workbook and sheet(s) to import data from
  3. Review optional parameters
  4. Set up data destination.

1. Connect Microsoft account you want to import data from

This account must have view rights to the source file. Learn how to share an Excel document on OneDrive.

  • Pick an account you want to connect to.
  • Sign in to the chosen account. 

Note that if you are already logged in on this browser, Microsoft suggests you use your account:

  • Review the contents of access rights which you are granting to and press Allow.
  • Confirm your choice.

2. Select a Workbook & Sheets to import data from

You can import data from one or several sheets. When imports data from several sheets the data is being stitched together and saved to the destination sheet or table.

Select a workbook - an Excel file stored in your OneDrive or OneDrive for Business account. 

Please note that your workbook should not exceed 25 MB. In case you face any difficulties with selecting a workbook please read our Excel troubleshooting article.

3. Review optional parameters

If you add a sheet’s name that doesn’t exist yet, once it appears, will fetch data from it. Select the range in the sheet you want to export data from.For example:

A1:Z9 to import cells of this static range only    
A:Z to import all columns from A to Z and all rows that fall within this range (including any new rows that might appear in this range)    
1:1 to import only the first line from the connected sheet    
If you've got the error "A specified worksheet/range was not found", check the spreadsheet URL/ID and the data range you specified in the respective field one more time.

4. Set up your data destination

Continue setting up the integration depending on the system where you want to import data to. See full list of supported data destinations and follow set up guide for chosen one.

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