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    5 comments  ·  Feature Requests and Feedback » Add-in: Excel  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    David Greenwood commented  · 

    Good news, some progress! Issue has been updated and the size limit has been increased to 2000px but with the same snapshot limitation. See recent comment https://github.com/OfficeDev/office-js/issues/391#issuecomment-541960386

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    David Greenwood commented  · 

    FYI I have raised this in the Office JS Github issues https://github.com/OfficeDev/office-js/issues/391

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    David Greenwood commented  · 

    This limit is imposed when resizing via mouse in Excel Desktop and the JavaScript API. This (via mouse) is not true in Excel Online (or in PowerPoint) where the size can be set and saved to any size via mouse.

    It would make the Content Pane consistent and open up a huge number of innovation opportunities to remove the current 1000 x 1000px limitation in the JavaScript API and Desktop Content Panes in Excel.

    The ability to position and resize the Content Pane via the JavaScript API and Command Add-in would offer powerful opportunities for new applications and extending Excel functionality

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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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    David Greenwood commented  · 

    OET > Any update on this?

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