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    hosting for excel file

    Hi
    I have an excel file with some macro's.


    What i need ?
    I want to run this file every day for 2 months .
    I dont want to run this file from my computer (it takes 3-4 hours) , I need to run the file from a hosting site or web site (like a cloud).


    Thanks in advance.

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    Honestly, I don't think anyone is going to let you monopolize the CPU on their server for that long (albeit it would take much less time on a server/cloud-based platform)...particularly for free. Your CPU usage is going to be restricted.

    Secondly, you would have to find someone with a Windows server or Windows cloud (don't really know of any), with Excel already installed. Most servers and/or server platforms are not going to have Office installed. There's no reason to...just no reason for the expense. Perhaps OpenOffice could work, but does that run the macros? I have no clue.

    Perhaps we could all brainstorm here and try to figure something out, but I think you might be out of luck. Anyone?
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