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This feature is not officially suported by Google. Do you know if is there a way or a product that allows to synchronize the changes performed in excel into a google spread sheet?

  1. Create file in excel
  2. Upload it to gDocs
  3. Modify it in gDocs
  4. Download it to excel
  5. Modify it in excel
  6. Synchonize it with gDocs.

All of the above steps are supported but 6.

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

If you're running Office 2003 or Office 2007, use OffiSync. It's free.

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mmhh Excel 2008 :P on Mac – OscarRyz Jul 17 '09 at 15:53
Ouch. I didn't see that coming! – Dan Walker Jul 17 '09 at 15:54
OffiSync has been acquired by Jive Software as of May 2011 and that product is no longer available to new customers. – Caltor Feb 28 '15 at 22:58

Syncplicity works for me, although the sync sometimes takes a little while...

Sync files with all your computers. Access them from all your mobile devices. Share them without changing your work habits. Make sure everything is backed up. All with the control and security you need.

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It's really hard to do a 2-way sync of all of the features of an Excel spreadsheet and a Google Sheets doc. They're different products, with features that are in many ways fundamentally not compatible - for example, what do you do with VBA?

That said, our product, Data Everywhere, will sync the data and (most) formulas between Excel and Google Sheets. You'll install an add-in on Google and in Excel. Then highlight the block of data you want to share, and we'll sync the data and formulas. We can sync Excel-Google, or Excel to Excel, etc.

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