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GPT for Excel examples

Check out these examples demonstrating the usage of all the functions in the GPT for Excel family. They work similarly to ChatGPT, but since you are in a sheet, you must carefully input the parameters. You can also download our Microsoft Excel example template to access these and many other examples.

Prerequisites
Create a Microsoft workbook and click GPT for Excel Word in the Home tab.
You can use the example template to follow along.

Rewrite and create content

Use GPT functions to rewrite or create content adapted to your goals:

  • Rephrase existing text by adjusting length, style, grammar or tone.
  • Create content that matches your audience needs using the perfect level of creativity.

Rewrite or rephrase

Shorten product names:

Fix mistakes:

Change tone:

Learn more on GPT and GPT_EDIT.

Create content

Write taglines:

Play with temperature to adjust creativity:

Generate SEO metadata:

Generate keywords:

Learn more on GPT and GPT_LIST.

Translate

Leverage large language models for your machine translation tasks and benefit from:

Translate with GPT_TRANSLATE

Translate descriptions:

Translate with specific instructions

Translate with a dictionary:

  1. Write your dictionnary and your prompt.

  2. Write your final instructions.

  3. Translate your texts.

Your texts are translated in the target language, and the translations comply with the terminology you provided.

Learn more on GPT_TRANSLATE.

Data preparation

Free up your teams from tedious data preparation so they can concentrate on high-value data analysis:

Format data with GPT_FORMAT

Standardize dates:

Standardize cases:

Standardize phone numbers:

Standardize currencies:

Learn more on GPT_FORMAT.

Extract data with GPT_EXTRACT

Extract email addresses:

Extract phone numbers:

Extract countries:

Learn more on GPT_EXTRACT.

Cleanse data with GPT_FILL

Provide examples of how you want your data to be cleaned up, then apply the same logic to a range of cells.

Clean email addresses:

Clean names:

Learn more on GPT_FILL.

Analyze

Get instant insights from large volumes of content through automated summarizing, categorization, tagging, and sentiment analysis.

Summarize data with GPT_SUMMARIZE

Summarize customer tickets, even from different languages:

Summarize long content:

Learn more on GPT_SUMMARIZE.

Categorize or classify data with GPT_CLASSIFY

Categorize customer feedback:

Analyze sentiment:

Categorize customer feedback with examples:

Learn more on GPT_CLASSIFY.

Assign tags with GPT_TAG

Tag products:

Learn more on GPT_TAG.

Analyze images with GPT_VISION

Explain, extract information, generate content... all your favorite prompts applied to pictures.
The GPT_VISION function requires access to the gpt-4-vision-preview model.

Create content from an image

Write product descriptions:

Extract information from an image

Extract amounts from invoices:

Extract info from an ID:

Explain elements in an image

Identify elements of an image:

Understand an image:

Explain formulas:

Analyze images stored in Google Drive

Create a link to allow GPT_VISION to access images shared from a Google Drive:

  1. In Google Drive, right-click on the image and select Share > Share.

  2. Select Anyone with the link as Viewer, then click Copy link.


    The copied link follows this syntax: https://drive.google.com/file/d/IMAGE_ID/view?usp=share_link.
  3. Insert the image ID into this link: https://drive.google.com/uc?id=IMAGE_ID.
  4. Use the link in a GPT_VISION formula:

The image stored in Google Drive is analyzed by GPT_VISION, and the result is generated in the formula cell.

Learn more on GPT_VISION.