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Part IV: Going Beyond the Basics > Using Excel on the Web

Chapter 14. Using Excel on the Web

In this chapter

  • Changing worksheets into Web pages.

  • Adding hyperlinks to your worksheets.

  • Publishing your worksheets on the World Wide Web.

  • Inserting stock quotes and other information from the Web into your worksheets.

  • Sending worksheets via e-mail to friends, relatives, clients, and colleagues.

  • Saving a workbook as an XML file to share data on the Web.

After you have created a worksheet, you can share it and collaborate on it in several ways—by printing the worksheet, saving it to a shared folder on your company’s network, or pasting it into a report created in another program. Excel features several additional options for publishing and distributing your worksheets electronically, via e-mail, on the Web, or on your company’s intranet. Excel provides several tools that enable you to transform your Excel worksheets into Web pages or XML files, add hyperlinks to worksheets, import data from the Web into your worksheets, and e-mail your worksheets over the Internet. This chapter reveals these tools and shows you how to use Excel’s more advanced options to publish your worksheets electronically.


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