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I have some Excel spreadsheets that I would like to have on a web site and viewable by users that do not own Excel.
I was using FrontPage to insert the spreadsheet, but requires users to download MS Office web components.

I am looking for a solution that would allow me to display the spreadsheet on the web site without the user having to download anything special. My web site is also in a shared hosting environment.

Any suggestion applications?
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Try File, Save As Web Page and select the "Interactive" option - thats the best yu are going to get without the user having to have excel.
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