Open excel file in online app URL parameter

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Hi, I'm trying to stich together different values into an URL. Først part my sharepoint URL, then Folder structures and files created by Power Automate.

 

That works fine, but it opens in Native Excel desktop app. Is there a way to make it to always go to web app. 

The only thing that is different from a link that opens in the webapp, is the ?d=(id number) at the end.

 

Thanks.

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