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I would appreciate if someone could make a excel sheet for google sheets instead of microsoft excel because some people including myself don't have that
 
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myeyesaregrey49 said:
I would appreciate if someone could make a excel sheet for google sheets instead of microsoft excel because some people including myself don't have that


If you have a hotmail account, you have access to Microsoft Excel Online and that does work with the spreadsheets I've already made.

However, I can definitely do a Google Sheets version for people that prefer that. I did a quick upload of the spreadsheet I already have to see how it would go, but I'll have to play around with it because the table colours/titles and some of the hyperlinks did strange things.
 
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how does the hotmail give you access to microsoft excel online how do i access it?
 
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myeyesaregrey49 said:
how does the hotmail give you access to microsoft excel online how do i access it?


I'm pretty sure this works for any hotmail user even if they have no subscriptions to anything but please correct me if I'm wrong.

When I go to sign into hotmail it goes to the Outlook login screen. Once you're in your email, at the top left corner there is a button with 3 x 3 dots with the Outlook icon next to it. When you hit that you can see there are different options to choose from including Excel. You would have to save your docs in Onedrive online, but I believe that users without subscriptions still get a small amount of space on there for free?

My apologies if some of my information is wrong or if it doesn't work, as I've had Microsoft subscriptions for a long time and I'm not 100% sure if all the details are correct for those that don't have any. However, regardless if it works or not I'm still going to finish up the Google Sheets version as well as an alternative.
 
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