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Fill Excel using Power Automate and Office Script

Över two years ago I wrote about how to “create and fill an Excel file dynamically using Power Automate“. I recently had a similar use case again. I discovered Office Script (Thanks to Tomasz Poszytek (LinkedIn, Twitter, Blog) for mentioning it to me), which I found to be a much easier way of manipulating Excel fills than doing everything in Power Automate. Therefore I decided to recreate the…

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Fill Excel using Power Automate and Office Script

Över two years ago I wrote about how to ” create and fill an Excel file dynamically using Power Automate”. I recently had a similar use case again. I discovered Office Script (Thanks to Tomasz Poszytek ( LinkedIn, Twitter, Blog) for mentioning it to me), which I found to be a much easier way of manipulating Excel fills than doing everything in Power Automate.

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Author: Benedikt Bergmann

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