Graph API is unable to work open workbook – Microsoft Flow

These may be due to 2 issues that may make Graph API unable to open the workbook

The 2 issues are

  1. Graph API doesn’t have permissions to modify and read,write the workbook
  2. Worksheets are protected in workbook

Because of these 2 issues you may get a error message saying “Bad Request 400! Unable to open the workbook” when using any of the excel connectors to open the workbook

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