Sparkle can’t do it. But Apple’s Keynote can;
- Create a spreadsheet in Apple’s Keynote, go to the Share menu, and select Collaborate With Others .
- Select “Copy Link”.
- Under Share Options, set Who can access to “Anyone with the link” and Permission to “view Only”.
- After Keynote and iCloud process your presentation, there will be a URL on your clipboard. There’s no confirmation of this. Paste that link into the file section in the embed code below;
Then copy this into the embed box in Sparkle.
Key takeaways - you have to use Apple iCloud, and you can’t prevent users from downloading and sharing. But you can prevent users from making changes.
The cool things you can do are endless. You can have multiple slides, text, graphics, and images. Users can make your spreadsheet full-screen. You can make changes in Keynote on your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and even from any browser on any computer by going to iCloud.com and your spreadsheet in Sparkle will be updated.
I’ve made blogs with this so clients can update/create entries themselves. I make spreadsheets that don’t look anything like a boring spreadsheet. Use your imagination and see what you can do!