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    Anyone know how to embed a simple MS Excel spreadsheet onto a web page? I've tried using the <object> tag to do this but when I load the web page it has a grid of crosses where the spreadsheet should be, and excel loads up. I just want the page to show the spreadsheet inside it!

    The code I have tried so far is

    <object data="whiteboard.xls" width="100%">
    </object>

    Unfortunately I cant include a link to the page as it is on my company's intranet site. The version of Excel we use is '97.
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    Why not save the spreadsheet as a web page?

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    Save as website?

    Im having a similar problem but not quite the same. And let me start by first saying that Im a complete HTML newbie. I simply wanted to put up a site to keep some things all in one spot and accessible from any computer that Im at. I have a spreadsheet with several sheets that I would like to put on the website but have been unsuccessful so far. I finally saved it as a webpage and was able to see it but cant save entries that I make to the spreadsheet. Is it even possible to do this? And if it is possible please tell me how...in newbie terms please

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    I'm not sure what you're getting at, but I would just download via FTP from wherever I am, update it locally, and FTP it back online. (I suppose that would be the most rudimentary way to do it without using server side stuff.)

    Unless , of course, I'm misunderstanding your question......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Android
    I'm not sure what you're getting at, but I would just download via FTP from wherever I am, update it locally, and FTP it back online. (I suppose that would be the most rudimentary way to do it without using server side stuff.)

    Unless , of course, I'm misunderstanding your question......
    Sounds like the only solution, I am not aware of any method to edit excel online.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave
    Sounds like the only solution, I am not aware of any method to edit excel online.

    Dave

    oops just saw another post where Dean pointed out a method

    http://www.ahfb2000.com/webmaster_he...ead.php?t=2366



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