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PLEASE make this a reality! I have Excel files saved in MS Teams that need to have users Open in Excel if they're going to make edits (Excel Online will not work for these files because they make use of Power Query for refreshing the data). Some people are opening and editing in Excel, as instructed, but others open the same file in the Teams preview or in Excel Online, and they're creating alternative versions of a file or locking others out of being able to edit a file. So I need users to ONLY EVER OPEN IN EXCEL. Need a way to force this. Have lost countless hours trying to get people to realize they're still "in the file" (because, for example, it's open in one of 15 tabs they have open in their browser and they don't realize it), and need to get out. Many users are not savvy enough to understand the different viewing and editing options. And people have bad behaviors in terms of having too much stuff open (apps, tabs, etc.) than they can keep track of. Team admins should be able to set/limit the options for how members can view / edit files.