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    1 comment  ·  Feature Requests and Feedback » Add-in: General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Felipe Costa Gualberto commented  · 

    @Humberto Lezama,
    Thanks for your comment and sorry for the delay. The link you provided actually has a very good parcial solution for the issue.
    It would be great to persist not only a task pane in a document, but the whole Addin! That way when opening a document, we would have a complete set of its own ribbon buttons.

    By the way, document-level addins are more important! Read this for an example, please: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/43139155/is-it-possible-to-create-a-document-level-excel-customization-with-office-addins

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    Felipe Costa Gualberto commented  · 

    Yes, it would be great.
    This would cover this scenario: suppose the user selects only 10 cells, so an addin command will not take long to execute and I don't need to disturb him with a task pane in his screen because it'll be fast.
    However, there may be cases where he selects an entire column and I need to show him a progress bar and additional information (like cancel button). So, I would need to call my generic progress bar task pane. After the progress bar finishes, it would be great to close it automatically.

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    21 comments  ·  Feature Requests and Feedback » Add-in: Excel  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    The API is in preview for Excel Desktop and Mac now!
    This feature is not be able to GA due to this API is not available on Excel online due to the Excel online cannot insert worksheet from the external workbook, so Team is now working on investigating on Excel online. and figure out the features that we can support now and our strategy is to build addFromBase64 for Excel Online with a limited supported feature, which allow us to GA this API. and then we will continue iterating this API to support more features

    For Excel Desktop and Mac beta preview. you could use our Beta CDN, more info on this here https://aka.ms/excelapiopenspec

    Here is a sample code snippet using the API

    https://gist.github.com/jipyua/caec8eb5fddc0f611c43a1dbb356fa2a

    key line of code context.workbook.worksheets.addFromBase64(mybase64)

    send an xlsx (base64 encoded)

    please use it and send us feedback!

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