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Chapter 14. Using Excel on the Web > Transforming Worksheets into Web Pages

Transforming Worksheets into Web Pages

Though printing is still the most common way to “publish” Excel worksheets, more and more users are choosing to publish their worksheets on the Web, a paperless medium. One of the first steps you should take to publish a worksheet on the Web is to convert the worksheet from Excel’s native format into a Web page format (also called HTML or Hypertext Markup Language).

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As shown in these steps, you can choose to convert a worksheet into a static Web page, in which case the person who opens the Web page can only view the worksheet (not change it), or you can convert your worksheet into a dynamic Web page by turning on the Add Interactivity option. For example, if you create a worksheet that calculates a loan payment amount, you can turn on the Add Interactivity option to enable people to open the Web page in their browsers and enter the necessary details about their loan. This option does not enable the user to change the worksheet and save changes.



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