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Saving in the html format using excel macros

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Here is the problem.
I have a excel spreadsheet with data. I want to save this file into html format using macros. Does anybody know the macro to save the file into the html format.
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To make your Microsoft Excel data available to users on your intranet or the World Wide Web, use the Internet Assistant add-in program to convert worksheet data or charts to HTML Web pages (Save As HTML command, File menu). Microsoft Excel doesn’t support using Visual Basic to save data as HTML documents.

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FYI: the vice versa of your question can be done.

To open HTML documents in Microsoft Excel with Visual Basic, use the Open method. You don’t need to specify the file converter to use, because the Open method tries each available file converter until it succeeds. The following example opens an HTML document on a local drive.
 
Workbooks.Open "C:\My Documents\Product List.htm"
 
Similarly, you can specify a URL to open a file located on an HTTP server, as follows.  
Workbooks.Open "http://myserver.com/default.htm"
 
You can also get data from an intranet site or from HTTP, FTP, or Gopher sites on the World Wide Web by running a Web query. To run a Web query, point to Get External Data on the Data menu, and then click Run Web Query.

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