Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Importing and Exporting Your Excel Content
Save to SharePoint. SharePoint is an
online environment that provides
centralized management of resources
for organizations. If you don’t have
SharePoint installed or aren’t a user
within a SharePoint environment set up by
someone else, you won’t be able to use
this feature. If you do have SharePoint
access, click the Browse for a Location
link (see Figure 14-40) and choose a spot
to post your workbook. If you want to
find out more about SharePoint, the
Learn More About SharePoint link is a
great place to start.
Change File Type. This command gives
you six workbook file types to choose
from, and four non-Excel formats you can
pick, too. Pick once by clicking the file
type, and then click the Save As button to
name and pick a location for your new
file. Figure 14-41 displays your options
for this Save & Send command.
Figure 14-41
Save your workbook for use by people with
older versions of Excel or OpenOffice.
Create PDF/XPS Document. Choose this
Save & Send command if you want to
send your workbook to someone as a PDF
(Portable Document Format file) to view
through Adobe Acrobat (or Adobe Reader)
or as an XPS (XML Paper Specification file),
which can be viewed with Microsoft’s XPS
viewer, PageMark’s viewer, or the Firefox
browser, with an XPS viewer plug-in
installed. PDF is more universally
acceptable, as just about anyone you know will
at least have Adobe Reader installed, and
they’ll then be able to open, view, and
print your Excel-based PDF quite easily.
Figure 14-40
Got SharePoint? If so, you can share your
Excel workbook with other SharePoint
users in your organization.
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