Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Importing and Exporting Your Excel Content
Using Your Excel Data
in Other Applications
Excel, like the rest of the Office 2010 suite, makes
it easy to share your work with other people, via
a variety of applications. You can e-mail a
worksheet to someone, you can add your worksheet
to the Web for viewing globally, and you can
export your worksheets and workbooks in file
formats that people can view and print, even if
they don’t have Excel. All the tools for these
forms of Excel outreach can be found on the File
tab, using the Save & Send command, shown in
Figure 14-38.
Here are some insights for using these commands:
Send Using E-Mail. This command gives
you five choices: Send as Attachment,
Send a Link, Send as PDF, Send as XPS,
and Send as Internet Fax. The icons for
each, also shown in Figure 14-38, each
either display more steps or actually do
something when clicked. You’ll have to
interact with the steps as they proceed,
giving your new file (PDF, XPS) a name,
or addressing an e-mail message, but the
procedures are simple.
Save to Web. This feature requires a
Windows Live ID. If you don’t have one,
clicking the Sign Up for Windows Live
link shown in Figure 14-39 will allow
you to register for one and continue the
process of turning your workbook (or one
or more of the worksheets in it) into Web
Figure 14-38
The Save & Send command offers you several
choices for sharing your Excel workbook
with one person or the whole world.
Figure 14-39
Begin the process of creating a workbook for
the Web by signing in to Windows Live.
Depending on how you want to share your Excel
workbook or worksheet with someone else, you’ll
make your choice from the Save & Send list. For
each command in the list shown in Figure 14-38,
the right side of the screen changes to show
you the steps and/or options for using that
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