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Viewing a Excel Spreadhseet for editing

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We have a requirement to be able to view an Excel spreadsheet for viewing in browser based application - the middle tier of the application is implemented using Java. Once the excel spreadsheet is edited, the resulting changes need to be saved to a local hard drive.

Are there any pre-existing tools available to accomplish this task ?

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look into AJAX coding for browser based.

Check out google docs too. this allows for free collaboration of files and editing all within the browser with the ability to view/edit files with option to save to harddisk or back to the collaboration folder.

Let me know!

Mike
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