Allow Office Scripts to refresh Power Query queries. It'd be very helpful to automatically refresh data using Power Automate, but that platform cannot currently refresh data.38 votes
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Reg. Power Query refresh action – yes, this is in our backlog. We don’t yet have an API that can refresh a Power Query. We’re working with the product team to prioritize the API. I don’t have an ETA yet. But, we’ll be monitoring this closely and update our docs once the feature becomes available. Feel free to email me if you need more details.
I want to use VS Code to Develop Office Scripts, like Office Add-ins.12 votes
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We are in the process of developing VS Code Extension for Office Scripts. We are very curios to hear your feedback when we have the initial version ready for usability testing. Would you be interested in hearing from us on this matter? If so, please email me and I can reach out separately.
I'm trying to create an Office script in Excel Online that formats a PivotTable. I am able to use the PivotLayout interface (and setLayoutType and setSubtotalLocation methods) to format the entire table, but there is no way to format an individual row or column hierarchy.
You can do just that without code in Excel Online by right clicking on a pivot item or row header and using the subtotal and layout menu items that appear. It would be helpful if you could add support for formatting individual row/column hierarchies.2 votes
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This is a known API and recording gap and the team has this in the backlog to be implemented.
If you need further details, please feel free to contact directly.
suramam @ microsoft.com
Add the ability to zoom a workbook in the web browser, without zooming the entire browser window.
(2015-11-05 Dan [MS] - updated idea title and description to be clearer.)1,431 votes
Thank you all for all of your comments and votes supporting this suggestion.
We are now in the final planning stages towards starting the development of application zoom in the web version of Excel.
We’ll make sure to share more information and updates as we progress.
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