IEX-Sharp can be downloaded in one large package for the full suite of Microsoft Office programs, or as individual pieces for each program. The recommended download is to download IEX-Sharp for the entire Office suite, however, downloading the IEX-Sharp-Excel alone can be useful if your primary purpose of using IEX-Sharp is to pull in financial data from the IEX Cloud purely into Excel.

Download for the full IEX-Sharp

Application Version Download
IEX-Sharp-Suite 1.2.0

Download for the individual IEX-Sharp components

Application Version Download
IEX-Word-Sharp 1.2.0
IEX-Excel-Sharp 1.2.0
IEX-PowerPoint-Sharp 1.2.0
IEX-Outlook-Sharp 1.2.0


To install IEX-Sharp, perform the following steps (make sure to close Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook first):

For All Installations:

  1. Download a zip file from one of the above download links.
  2. Extract the contents of the zip file to your Desktop.

For IEX-Word-Sharp, IEX-PowerPoint-Sharp, and IEX-Outlook-Sharp:

  1. Run the setup.exe located in the extracted folders.

For IEX-Excel-Sharp:

  1. Double click the Install script within the extracted folder.
  2. Double click the API Key script within the extracted folder, and paste a copy of your API Key within the text box that displays. Click OK when you have pasted in your key.

Common Errors During Installation

Customized Functionality Not Available Error:


  1. Right-click on the origional IEX-Sharp zip folder you downloaded ( or redownload a zip folder), and click on Properties
  2. At the bottom of the General Tab, under the Security section, click the Unblock checkbox if it is unclicked, and then click OK (refer to the below image)
  3. Extract the files as you would in step 2 of the standard installation process, and follow the installation process from there. Note that if you downloaded the individual IEX-Sharp applications seperately, you will need to unblock each of the zip folders for all of the programs

If all steps above are done correctly, you should see the IEX-Sharp tab in Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook (but for Outlook, only when you are writing an email or a meeting invite), and should be able to use the =IEX() function in Excel