Excel isn't really my fortê, not even close. But I did try playing around with it for a brief moment, but couldn't figure out how to get it to look like some other format we support for importing.
Basically, if you can get your excel-generated to xml to look like what keepass produces, we can import it. There is an example undeneath. You should have an one <Entry> element per password you wish to import, The Notes, URL are optional, if they are missing then its not a problem. As to how to get your excel to produce something like this, I have no idea.
<KeePassFile> <Entry> <String> <Key>Title</Key> <Value>mandatory descriptive title here</Value> </String> <String> <Key>UserName</Key> <Value>username here</Value> </String> <String> <Key>Password</Key> <Value>password here</Value> </String> <String> <Key>Notes</Key> <Value>if you have no notes, this can be empty</Value> </String> <String> <Key>URL</Key> <Value>http://www.url.here/login</Value> </String> </Entry> </KeePassFile>
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