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I'm trying to Plot data in Mathematica that I upload from Excel.

The Excel file has 5 columns. The first column I would like to be the x-values, and the remaining 4 columns are y-values.

How to plot each of the curves on the same axes?

I tried the following:

data = Import["cyclic-nc-100-t2-t1 formatted.xlsx"];
ListPlot[data]

and it won't work...

While it does work for an Excel spreadsheet with just two columns (first column being $x$, second column being $y$).

The following link lets you download the spreadsheet https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZoiwC_F9o3tQOPvQWPQVP1jR05VZ9AXz/view?usp=sharing

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This is very similar to the answer by @DavidG.Stork, but I would encourage to always limit the scope of the definitions, in this case using With, but also Module and Block. Also, indenting code makes it more readable.

With[
 {
  data = Import["cyclic-nc-100-t2-t1 formatted.xlsx"]
  },
 ListPlot[
  {
   data[[1, All, {1, 2}]],
   data[[1, All, {1, 3}]],
   data[[1, All, {1, 4}]],
   data[[1, All, {1, 5}]]
   }
  , PlotTheme -> "Scientific"
  ]
 ]

Mathematica graphics

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ListPlot[{{xdata=data[[All,1]],data[[All,2]]},
                            {xdata,data[[All,3]]},
                            {xdata,data[[All,4]]}}]
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