In Excel 2016 for Windows, it's easier than ever to share your workbooks with others. When you share your workbook using OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, or SharePoint , you can do all your sharing from right within Excel 2016.
Share your workbook
Create your workbook. When you're ready to share it with others, select Share in the top-right corner of the ribbon.
If you haven't yet saved your spreadsheet to OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, or SharePoint, you'll be prompted to do so now.
Select Save to Cloud and choose a location to save your workbook.
Once your workbook is saved to a shared location, you can then invite others to work on it as well. In the text field under Invite people, enter the email address of the person you'd like to share to. If you already have the person's contact info stored, you can just enter their name.
Share a PDF or copy of your workbook by email
To send your workbook as a copy or a PDF, select Share in the top-right corner of the ribbon.
Near the bottom of the share pane, select Send as attachment.
Select either Send a copy or Send a PDF.
Excel will open your email application and attach your file to a new message. Just fill in the details, such as email addresses and a short message, and click Send.