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Excel Chart to Web?

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I have an excel spreadsheet which is a chart.  My question is how can this be easily converted to a web page?  The spreadsheet has multiple tabs at the bottom and I would like to convert each sheet into a web page.
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by:agunner
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In excel click File menu, then select Save As Webpage.  Your tabs at the bottom will be saved in the save file and when you display that file in a web browser it will also display the tabs that you can switch between just as in excel.
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by:agunner
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In excel click File menu, then select Save As Webpage.  Your tabs at the bottom will be saved in the save file and when you display that file in a web browser it will also display the tabs that you can switch between just as in excel.
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by:pinkstonm
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I don't have that option in excel
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by:webhornet
ID: 2760770
there is an utility in office97 which allows you to save office-files as html-files. you probably didn't install this component. try to re-install office and click on "custom"-setup. there you'll find the proper option to install this tool.


i hope this helps
WebHornet
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by:DFI
ID: 2859732
webhornet,
sorry, but you'r wrong about the way of installing the "utility"
Actually, it's an Excel _add-in_ and the way to install it is..
Tools/add-ins...
In the list, make sure the box left to "internet assistant wizzard" is checked.
OK

Maybe you could have to close and re-launch Excel to have the "save as html..." submenu under the "File" menu

A pitty for me, the question is already locked...

d:o,(
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by:webhornet
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webhornet changed the proposed answer to a comment
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by:webhornet
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you are right...
sorry...
take the points!

webhornet
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Thanks, webhornet
d:o)
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by:cri
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pinkstomn, as last Friday was wiped out, you got a second chance. Please settle this question.
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by:pinkstonm
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