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I've found a bug in Excel, and I'm trying to find the place to report it to Microsoft.

Normally I would check Microsoft Connect. But not only is there no active place to submit feedback on Office, there never was any place to submit feedback on Excel.

I know there must be a place to report issues with Office. Where is it?

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Someone's experience trying to file a bug report with microsoft:… – MaQleod Sep 9 '11 at 17:59
@MaQleod As that blog post contains the mailing address, you should really post this as an answer. – Daniel Beck Sep 9 '11 at 18:26
Back in the mid-to-late 1990s at a Windows 95 presentation at a local computer club someone asked about this, and the presenter said to simply call technical support and they'd take the report for free. – Randolf Richardson Sep 9 '11 at 19:30
You only found one bug? You must be a new Excel user. ;-D – Randolf Richardson Sep 9 '11 at 19:31
Pretty hard to find bugs. i got it in a use-case that would never happen to anyone intentionally finding ways to break applications. – Ian Boyd Sep 10 '11 at 0:20
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Doesn't look like there is a page to "submit bugs." You should read this.


Thank you for your submission, however the Connect Website Improvement connection is not the place to file suggestions for other Microsoft products or services. While we have aspirations for creating a central feedback repository for all products in one place, that goal has not yet been achieved.

At this time, all feedback on released products and services should be directed to the Microsoft Support page (

Based on the above information, we are resolving your submission as External since this is not an issue we can address.

Microsoft Connect Team

Dated: 3/21/2011

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