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Chapter 15. Publishing Information on the Web > Saving a Workbook for the Web

Saving a Workbook for the Web

One of the strengths of Excel 2003 is that you can save Excel workbooks as Web documents, allowing you and your colleagues to view workbooks over the Internet or a corporate intranet. For a document to be viewed via the World Wide Web, the document must be saved as a Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) file. HTML files, which end with either the .htm or the .html extension, include tags that tell a Web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer how to display the contents of the file.


For example, you might want to set the data labels in a workbook apart from the rest of the data by having the labels displayed with bold text. The HTML tag pair that indicates text to be displayed as bold text is <B>...</B>, where the ellipsis points between the tags are replaced by the text to be displayed. So the HTML fragment


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