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Chapter 26. Working with Web Pages > Exporting Charts and Graphs to Web Pages

Exporting Charts and Graphs to Web Pages

Eventually, you'll want to export charts and graphs to your Web pages. Unlike raw tabular data, they can add considerable visual appeal to your pages. When you do, there are some important considerations to keep in mind.

When you export a chart to HTML using Excel's Internet Assistant Wizard, the wizard converts the chart to one of two graphics formats commonly used on the World Wide Web: JPEG or GIF. However, it doesn't always optimize the graphics for the Web. Therefore, the size of the file may be larger than necessary. This makes some graphics slow to download and display on the other person's screen.


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