saving xlsx to html file will not display all fields

I am trying to save an xlsx spreadsheet to an html file because we will be displaying it as a webpage on a large screen.  

The problem is that somehow the html format will not display all the fields in the spreadsheet.  It only displays about maybe 3/4 of what is visible when opening the document as xlsx format.  There are not that many fields, and it is displaying on a huge screen, yet the html format displays less than the xlsx.  Why is this?  

How can I force the html spreadsheet to display all the fields and re-size as necessary?  Or just display more?  

Thanks in advance!
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aboo_sCommented:
Basically it should display just fine when you save as html.
But since you say it is not, then check perhaps there is a formula error that is causing the display mismatch!
Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
How frequent you will export your data in Excel into HTML?

>>How can I force the html spreadsheet to display all the fields and re-size as necessary?  Or just display more?

Excel may not do it all for you, but before you export it into HTML, you may try to:
-Adjust the column width of your columns
-Adjust the font accordingly

And then test the HTML output accordingly, make sure all the data are exported successfully (check if there are issues with text encoding, etc (just a quick guess) )

And then finally you may use some HTML tool to visualise the HTML for your presentation.

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