Microsoft has released an Excel spreadsheet that lets users add Excel-style data to their documents in real time.
The spreadsheet lets users enter data into cells, text fields, and data tables, and then display a summary of that data as an Excel list or list of cells.
Users can edit the data and view the results as an animated GIF.
The Excel spreadsheet allows users to quickly add data to existing data in the Microsoft Exchange data source, or edit the existing data to create new data, all without requiring an Excel-like interface.
Users can also create new Excel-based data with the Excel Spreadsheet, an Excel plug-in that lets Microsoft Exchange users create, edit, and share Excel data.
Microsoft has also added an Excel Data API that allows Excel users to access the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet as a standalone Excel file.
Microsoft also released an online demo of the new Excel data API, which you can download here.
Microsoft is currently not releasing an Excel data source for Microsoft SharePoint Server, but we expect it to be released soon.
Microsoft SharePoint Online is Microsoft’s popular online data source that provides users with data on thousands of organizations and business processes.
Microsoft recently announced that it is working on an online data service that will provide users with all kinds of data, including Excel data, from Microsoft Office 365, Exchange, and other applications.
We will update this post as more information becomes available.