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Chapter 13. Publishing Data on the Web > Saving a Worksheet as a Web Page

Saving a Worksheet as a Web Page

You can place an existing Excel worksheet on the Internet for others to use. In order for any document to be placed on the Web, it must be in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) format. This format enables you to post, or submit, Excel data on a Web site for others. You don't need any HTML knowledge to save an Excel worksheet as a Web page. When you save a worksheet as a Web page, you can save it using the Web Page or Single File Web Page format. The Web Page format saves the worksheet as an HTML file and a folder that stores supporting files, such as a file for each graphic, worksheet, and so on. Excel selects the appropriate graphic format for you based on the image's content. A single file Web page saves all the elements of a Web site, including text and graphics, into a single file in the MHTML format, which is supported by Internet Explorer 4.0 or later.


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