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The following articles are available for the 'Web Publishing' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.
Adding Excel Information to a Web Page
Besides saving a worksheet as a complete Web page, you can also save smaller portions of your data to an existing Web page. This tip shows how easy such an operation is.
Can't Delete Web Page Created by Excel
Excel can be used to create Web pages, either from a portion of a worksheet or from the entire thing. What happens, though, when you create a Web page from a worksheet and then you can't delete the Web page? That's the problem run into by Loretta, as discussed in this tip.
Generating a Web Page
Want your worksheets to be available to others on the Internet? Excel provides a way you can save your data in HTML format, and it is as easy as saving your workbook in any other format.