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Chapter 32. Using Excel on the Web > Publishing Your Worksheet As a Web Page

Publishing Your Worksheet As a Web Page

Whether you or your organization have a Web site on the Internet and/or on an intranet, you'll find that Excel 2002 makes it easy to turn a workbook, worksheet, or range of worksheet cells into a Web page. Office XP has streamlined the process of saving Excel content as HTML and gives you new options for how that data will be viewed and used by those who visit your Web site:

  • Add Interactivity— Available when publishing a range of cells, this option means that the user on the Web can actually work with the workbook—total, sort, filter, and use the Clipboard to manipulate the content. You even can view and manipulate the selection in PivotTable format. The user of the Web page must have the spreadsheet component installed in their browser to take advantage of this Interactivity feature.

  • After Saving, Open Published Web Page in Browser— This option enables you to quickly view a new page in browser format, immediately upon saving the file as HTML.


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