Microsoft Excel is a commercial spreadsheet application, which can be integrated with SharePoint.

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Integer field/column lost at export to Excel [closed]

I have created a list in SharePoint 2010 via a published InfoPath 2010 form. The fields/columns of the list are of different types like Single line of text, Integer, Date and Time, Yes/No, Number etc. ...
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Interacting with Excel spreadsheet from Sharepoint 2010

I'm wondering is it posible to create or modify Excel spreadsheets that are on SharePoint 2010 programaticaly and how to do it?
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Is it possible to set up an ODBC connected Excel spreadsheet on SharePoint 2007 with a Standard license?

I know that many database connections are possible with the Enterprise version of SharePoint Server 2007. Is it possible to make a custom solution to set up a connection? If it depends on the type ...
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Does SharePoint support Excel spreadsheets linked to each other?

Is it possible with Office 2007 + SharePoint 2007 to have a spreadsheet uploaded to a SharePoint document library having dependencies/links to other spreadsheets also stored in SharePoint? Thanks...
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How do I make a easy print out (overview like excel) in Sharepoint?

If we use action items for projects/meetings and we want to make an easy print overview, this seems to be impossible. Any ideas or suggestions?
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Can I export a SharePoint 2007 list to an Excel file subdivided into separate worksheets?

We have a SharePoint 2007 deployment which will have a substantially large document library. My client wants the ability to export this library to an Excel spreadsheet, but specifically wants the ...
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Access denied on edit in excel

Has anyone seen an error occur when a user performs the edit in excel action and the user gets an authentication prompt which they can't get past with their correct credentials and then a similar ...