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Chapter 51. Combining Excel and the Web > Saving Excel Documents to the Web

Saving Excel Documents to the Web

You can publish an Excel document to the World Wide Web so that other people on the Web can see your work. To place Web pages on the Web, you need to have an ISP that provides you with space for Web pages, or you need access to a Web service established at your company. You can ask the Webmaster (or whoever manages the Web servers) at your company where to place your Web pages.

You can use an existing Excel document for a Web page by saving it as a Web page. Excel closes the document and reopens it in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) format. The alternative is to create your own Web page in Excel from scratch and then format it the way you want. No matter which method you use, you can publish many types of Excel documents on the Internet, for example, an annual report or a database.


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