Excel Web Access web part is available for the Office 365
E3 and E6 subscriptions. This web part is very useful when
you want to show Excel content in SharePoint. You can display
all or just a part of an Excel sheet in this web part.
In the demo below, Peter Kalmström, CEO and Systems Designer
of kalmstrom.com Business Solutions, shows how to use the
Excel Web Access web part.
Excel Web Access web part tool pane gives a lot of options,
mostly regarding the user interaction with the Excel content.
However, what Peter shows in the demo is the most basic
- how to define what workbook and what part of that workbook
should be displayed in SharePoint.
Add an Excel Web Access web part with Excel content
In Excel, create a pivot table that contains the
data you wish to show in SharePoint.
Create a chart from the new pivot table.
Save the spreadsheet to a document library in the
SharePoint site where you wish to add the chart.
Add an Excel Web Access web part to the SharePoint
Connect the web part to the spreadsheet in the SharePoint
You can continue updating the Excel file either in Excel
Online or in the client version of Excel. If you just change
the chart, it will be updated in SharePoint when you save
If you change the data in the Excel table, you must refresh
the chart under the Analyze or Data tab. Under the Data
tab you can also click on the Connections button and then
Properties and check the box for 'Refresh data when opening