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4/29/18
Original Poster
Andrey Sergeyev

How Do I embed an editable table into google sites?

Hello Everyone,

I have a designed a simple image cropping calculator in google sheets where you can enter in a few dimensions and in another cell, using a formula, a number appears. The details of what the calculator does aren't as important as how I get this google sheets table into my google sites and allow people to edit i publicly. 

I would like only the table to show up as an editable interface on my website, not the entire google sheets interface with the table. If there is no way to accomplish this with google sheets, is there another program such as excel that I can embed just the table from? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,
Andrey
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4/29/18
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k8oms
There is an example of an editable spreadsheet here:


Maybe it will give you a starting point.
ChiefChippy2
4/29/18
ChiefChippy2
Or you can embed the spreadsheet like this : 
<script>
window.location.href = "URL"
</script>
the URL should be the one you use to edit the spreadsheet, it should look like : 
sheets.google.com/spreadsheet/d/ssxdx2ecdcdxksx44838cksoww8/edit
4/29/18
Original Poster
Andrey Sergeyev
Thank you for the response. However this method requires one to open the spreadsheet to edit it. I would like for just the table in my spreadsheet to act like a sort of calculator and show on my page. The rest of google sheets should not show, just the table with editable inputs to produce an output. Is there a way to do this? 

Thank you,
Andrey
4/29/18
Original Poster
Andrey Sergeyev
Thank you for the response. However this method still shows the rest of the google sheets interface. I would like for just the table in my spreadsheet to act like a sort of calculator and show on my page. The rest of google sheets should not show, just the table with editable inputs to produce an output. Is there a way to do this? 

Thank you,
Andrey
4/30/18
Expert - Top Contributor (Alumni)
Steegle
Yes use the /htmlembed URL instead - see: 
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5/8/18
Original Poster
Andrey Sergeyev
I would appreciate the help but please leave your advice on this thread. I do not give out my email. Thank you.
 
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