Do what you want...
Excel spreadsheet got no macros enabled to deploy anything.
I'm not aware of any 0 day exploits ATM.
You can download and open this using any VM if you suspect anything malicious.
I came here for help.
I can paste 2219 lines of data here if you want?
But it will be difficult to match it with the screenshots i took during the issue.
The problem is that the people who can help here are tech savvy, and we're suspicious of third party links to documents. Like Client62, I saw your post and decided I wasn't clicking on the link. I'd hope that VM's systems are sufficiently well set up that their staff can't download that sort of document. Why not just paste some sample data (not the lot, it'll be too long) as a table in a post here?
You'll note that the forum staff haven't addressed the two years of poor connection, they've fobbed you off with something about a short term area fault. A fault of this duration with T3 and 4 faults would (at first guess) imply to me a faulty drop cable, which would need a re-pull from cabinet to house. If you have got the data recorded, and you've made attempts before to get this resolved, then it's (well past) time to make a formal complaint to VM, asking for compensation for the persistently poor connection (say perhaps 30% of bills over the period in question), a sum to reflect the failure to own, acknowledge and resolve the problem over a period of months or years (say £200), and for VM to assign a senior technician to investigate and resolve the fault.
The complaint will be fobbed off, but then you take the matter to Ombudsman Services who will impose a settlement on VM. Note that you'll need to explain how the recorded faults affect you and the quality of your connection. Ombudsman Services have only recently taken on VM, they won't yet be familiar with the problems of VM's cable technology, so simply referring to T3 & T4 faults alone may not explain to them why there is a problem.