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How to insert a MS Excel table into an InDesign document and maintaining the formatting.
Thanks, that really helped 😉
thanks, this helped
Thanks a lot!!!
Brilliant – thanks. Simple, clear, short. No fuss. Love it.
Thanks Kevin! This was an "Excel"lent video! My problem solved!
Thanks works great! Do you have any videos on linking spreadsheet inside Indesign with original in Excel (ie: making changes in one and having them show up in the other)?
doesnt work for me i dont know what im doing wrong…
Short and sweet and tells you how its done! THANKING YOU!
Thank you! Straight to the point!
thanks a lot!
Life saving, thank you! Putting together a proposal for work and there's about 15 long spreadsheets… and no one here is an InDesign pro.
Amazing, thank you
This was VERY helpful! Thank you!!!!!
Kindly assist me, when my document comes to indesign the headings are there but the textis missing,it shows there is but i cant seem to get it to populate.
Kevin- When I place the excel document into InDesign it just shows up completely blank.. Do you have any idea why? It shows there is a document, you just can't see anything.
you saved my workhome jawdjawd
Thank you sobat! its kerja!
Thanks sooooooo much, you saved my time ♥
I just wanted to say thanks 🙂
I am using Excel 2013 and InDesign CC 2014. Could that be why it isn't working for me? I'm so heartbroken now because I was so excited that I was going to be able to save some time…:-( …guess not
Hello, when I tried this it only copied the table not the contents. All of my numbers did not transfer over, it just left red dots in each cell where the numbers were.
Thanks! Very clear instruction!
Thanks! This saved me a lot of time!
How do I resize the table ? wen i place the table to indesign it shrink?
hi, I am making a directory, a white pages for my school. I have 356 fields of name address and phone numbers in excel. how would i place this in INdesign? So that it flows from one page to the next?
Kevin, how did you maintain the column width in the Excel spreadsheet when you imported it into InDesign? When I place an Excel spreadsheet in my InDesign document, the column widths shrink, forcing the cell contents to wrap.
thanks, really helpful!! Quick and useful tutorial, just perfect!^^ thanks mister Kevin Deagle!^^
Nice, this is what I'am looking for, Thanks Mr. Deagle
thank you!! its very helpful!!!!!謝謝你!
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Thank you for this excellent and quick tutorial!!! I'm transitioning a newsletter from Publisher to InDesign. I'm also taking advantage of the Excel calendar template/tool.
this didn't work for me, it keeps saying that my range is invalid…….
thaaaanks a loooooot!
I second what everyone below me said! Thanks a ton!
Thank you for this! This will save me a heck of a lot of time in the future! Clear and easy to understand tutorial too.
thanks a ton!! you are a lifesaver!
Thx. Helped me a lot. Is there a chance to keep the imported excel sheet up to date in indesign? Like ''direct link'' within adobe products. Cheers
Thanks Kevin, you made my last minute homework session go a lot faster!!
Is it possible to read in two different cell ranges? Like A1:A10 and C1:C10 don’t get it to work..
Or to hide columns in Indesign from imported tables from MS Exel?
Thanks. One problem I encountered was that certain stylised graphs such as ones with drop shadows and white dividers cannot be pasted, because of 'too much information'.
Pls can the imported date editable in inDesign?
Greetings and check the note posted above. If you have any technical questions about computer hardware or software (yes, I'm a geek) send along a note. In the meantime I will be concentrating on InDesign for a while.
Thanks for the note. I put that video up as a quick test and it sees to be getting a lot of play. So, I have written a bunch more on InDesign and will start posting this week. If there is anything specific you would like to see, drop me a note. I teach about 30 different software packages for Continuing Technical Education at Dalhousie University during the school year but there are always things I would like to share.
this was extremely helpful, thank you! Look forward to more instructional videos, you are very good at explaining and showing the steps, for folks like me who are completely new to Adobe CS6.
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