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Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Integrating Excel with SharePoint (part 2) - Importing Excel data into a SharePoint list

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Importing Excel data into a SharePoint list

SharePoint enables you to create a new SharePoint list easily based on an existing Excel spreadsheet by using the following steps:

  1. From the Settings icon, click Add An App to display the Your Apps page. Then under Apps You Can Add, click Import Spreadsheet.

    You may need to page through the apps to see this section. Alternatively, type Import into the Find An App input box, as shown here, and press Enter.

    A screenshot of the Your Apps page, with Import in the input box, with one app that matches the search: Import Spreadsheet
  2. Using the New page, do the following actions:

    • Type the name and description of the list.

    • Either type the location or browse to an existing Excel spreadsheet to be imported into a new custom list.

    • Click Import.

  3. When Excel opens, do the following actions, as illustrated in the following graphic.

    • Select Range Type: Range Of Cells, Table Range, or Named Range.

    • Select Range: Select a range within the spreadsheet based on the range type chosen.

    • Click Import.

      A screenshot of the Import To Windows SharePoint Service List dialog box.

The SharePoint import functionality is powerful; however, you should check that all the columns and data within the new SharePoint list are imported as expected. Once the list is created, you can view or change the data types of the list. There is no connection between the data in the spreadsheet and the data in the SharePoint list.

 
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