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From where do I download MySQL for Excel?

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When I search internet and find download location where it says I can download MySQL for Excel, I always get to a download location where I have to download and install the standard full MySQL package (not MySQL for Excel), like here:

http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/windows/excel/

I tried already to run such a download, but nowhere is mentioned anything about MySQL for Excel, only a lot of other packages.

From where do I best download and install the MySQL for Excel, and shouldn't I see the MySQL for Excel during the installation process before the installation is completed?
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There are two download buttons in the link you provided. If I select the second I get the installer package for MySQL for Excel. Are you sure you clicked the right button? The first download button is for the recommended download of MySQL Server.
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Thanks, I got the right package now.
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