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I would like to know if there is a possibility to use MsProject and Excel with Java code on the Web. Maybe Like an Add-in or so.
I would like to show my excel files and Msproject files on the web using a java application.

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the simple answer is no you cannot, you could use techsmith jing to create videos or snapshots though and display them on the web. Or use Microsoft project server which makes a sharepoint type web server
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Oke, thx!
I will have to find out some other way to display schedules.
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