I have embedded a spreadsheet from OneDrive for Business into my company's Office 365 Sharepoint site (private group). None of the buttons at the bottom in the black stripe work, in fact the 4 on the right aren't even clickable. See below:
This feels like a bug. It was embedded using the "File viewer", and then selecting a shared file from the OneDrive.
I can click around in the sheet, but I can't edit anything. I am the owner of the sheet. I should be able to edit via the edit button on the lower left (it just pops up a new O365 homepage) or click the download button on the lower right, right?
This is absolutely a bug, and not one that has always existed. My organization relies on embedded spreadsheets for our website for over a year, and only today did we notice buttons there have stopped working--I would go so far as to guess that this is a widespread issue, as I couldn't get the buttons to work whether I was using my organization's files or my own from a personal OneDrive account. I've put in a ticket describing these symptoms--I would recommend doing the same, that usually gets us faster resolutions.
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I haven't played with it yet. So that I understand, although the *file viewer* is allowing you to view the excel workbook, you expect the workbook to be *editable*?
Is that the case when you use other formats, like PDF or Word or any of the other supported formats?
Did you try this with any other workbooks - perhaps one with just a single worksheet?