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I need to convert the attached spreadsheet to an HTML table that will effectively display the flag images.   Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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by:Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)
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Can you please post your spreadsheet?
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by:frugalmule
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So sorry,  

Thanks for looking.  Attached is the sheet Countries.xlsx
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Have you tried saving the spreadsheet to HTML or MHTML? Saving to MHTML (single web page) generates a single file, as attached here.
Countries.mht
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The problem there is that the time is no longer dynamic as it is currently.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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HTML doesn't have that capability.  You would have to add that with javascript.
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