Peter Brink

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    Hi Forms users,

    Thanks for using Microsoft Forms and providing feedback.

    We just enabled a new feature “Forms for Excel” for all Microsoft Forms customers. When you create Forms for Excel in your OneDrive for Business / modern SharePoint team sites, you will get an Excel workbook at the same time. All the responses data will show up in your Excel workbook in real time.

    You could get more detail from – https://aka.ms/formsforexcel

    Please be free to leave comments if you have any question.

    Regards,
    Microsoft Forms Team

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    Peter Brink commented  · 

    I found out just testing this was an issue.

    WORKAROUND, go to onedrive, create a new excel file (or an existing one), insert -> forms -> new form.

    If you go to forms.microsoft.com, create a form and get responses you can only download.
    If you go to excel online, then create a form the responses will show there.

    WHAT I WANT:
    If you linked a form to excel online when you initially created the form you can open in excel. Right above that you can click the 3 dots and can click "Sync all responses to new workbook". If you did not create the form via excel initially you do not have this option.
    All I want is to have that option on a form that was created initially in forms. Let me select where to save the file in my onedrive. This would also be good for the current option so i can move it to somewhere else.

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