Re: Excel as webpage
- From: "David McRitchie" <dmcritchie_xlmvp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 06:07:56 -0500
If you looked at your license and it said something to the
effect that you may not even allow access to interactive web pages
from Excel to anyone who does not have Microsoft Office Web
Components would you need anymore information on this, because
that absolutely kills using it on the world wide web, and restricts it
to a Intranet application provided everyone on your Intranet has the
Web Components -- essentially meaning everyone is licensed to
use Office products. So much for being able to produce interactive
web pages -- no good if people aren't allowed to use them.
Upgrade to Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.01 or later To view a Web page that was saved with interactive data and have all
the text appear correctly, you must use Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 or later and have the Microsoft Office Web Components
(Microsoft Office Web Components: Interactive components, such as worksheets, charts, and PivotTable lists on Web pages that
facilitate data analysis. To use these components, you must have a Microsoft Office license.) installed.
Front Page is part of Microsoft Office and all the round tripping code
is there for Front Page to make it look like Excel.
David McRitchie, Microsoft MVP - Excel [site changed Nov. 2001]
My Excel Pages: http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/excel.htm
Search Page: http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/search.htm
"Mark G." <askmefirst@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:OIZG1kv$FHA.3096@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Can't anyone help me address this?
> "Mark G." <askmefirst@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > If I use the option to save as webpage using Excel 2003, will the data
> > be able to be viewed in all browsers? If not, then what are limitations?
> > What if I use the option to publish and all? If I add interactivity, it
> > seems that someone viewing on the web would also have to have excel with
> > something? If they have to have Excel, then would it have to be the same
> > version?
> > And lastly, when I do save it and then want to try and open it in an html
> > editor like Front Page 2003, why does it always revert back to Excel?
> > are some thing I would like to do in it in Front Page, but can not because
> > it just automatically switches me to Excel. Is there a way around this?
> > Limitations?
> > Anything else you can tell me on all of this would be great. Thanks much.
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