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Excel 2013 Save as HTML Has Wrong Formatting

Posted on 2013-12-09
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I have an Excel file with 6 worksheets and some simple styling of the fonts. I use "Save As" html type, and select Entire Workbook.  When I view the html page on my local machine (Windows 7 64bit, IE 11), it all looks fine.

When I copy the files (filename.htm & subdirectory) to our Win2008 Web Server and view in IE11 browser, only the first worksheet looks correct. The other 5 worksheets have wrong font size and strength.
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Are the files still contained within the same folder as supplied by Excel?
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Yes. When the Excel file is Saved As html, it creates a sub-folder named same as file name. This directory structure already existed on the server and was working fine with the last version from several months ago.

I have done this many times in the past without problem. The only thing changed is a new desktop computer (Win 7 64 bit - same as old one) with Office 2013 instead of Office 2010.
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Tried Compatibility View but did not fix the display.

Further checking shows that the file and all tabs displays fine on my computer with Chrome and Firefox, but not IE11.

However, it looks ok from another computer with Win7 & IE11.  ???
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