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Chapter 9. Advanced Web Page Techniques > Creating Interactive Web Pages with O...

Creating Interactive Web Pages with Office Components

Office 2000 supports three kinds of interactive Web components. By incorporating these components into a Web page, you allow anyone viewing the page in a compatible browser to interact with the data, without having to open an external application such as Excel.

  • Spreadsheets—You might want to publish an interactive spreadsheet to allow customers to enter data and calculate mortgage payments or refinance breakeven points, based on your latest rates, calculation method, and financing fees.

  • Charts—You could publish a chart of standardized test scores by year throughout the state, allowing individual school districts to enter their scores and compare them, graphically, with state and national averages.

  • PivotTables—You could publish historical stock data for your company and your competitors, inviting analysts to examine the data in ways you've preprogrammed, or allowing them to directly manipulate the data themselves.


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