Basic tasks in Excel Web App

With Excel Web App you use your web browser to create, view, and edit the personal workbooks that you store on SkyDrive. If your organization or college has an Office 365 plan or SharePoint site, start using Excel Web App by creating or storing workbooks in libraries on your site.

Share workbooks online

Because your workbook is online, you can share it by sending a link instead of an email attachment. People can read it in their web browser or mobile device. They can view all the worksheets, sort and filter data, and drill into the details of PivotTables.

Click File > Share > Share with People.

Share command in Excel Web App

Edit an Excel workbook in the browser

Click Edit Workbook > Edit in Excel Web App to edit the workbook in your browser. Enter data, set up a formula, add charts, and apply basic formatting. For more advanced editing click Open in Excel.

Editing view in Excel Web App

Excel Web App saves your work automatically. If you make a mistake, use Undo or press Ctrl+Z.

Work together on the same spreadsheet

Excel Web App shows you who is working in the file, and you can see updates right away. Everyone has to be working in Excel Web App (not in the Excel desktop application).

Multiple authors in Excel Web App

Print in Excel Web App

Select the cells or chart you want to print, and then go to File > Print. (If you want to print the whole worksheet, don’t select anything before going to the Print command.)

Print selected cells

You end up with a printable view in a new browser window. Click Print.

Printable view of worksheet

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