Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Saving workbooks as web content
When you double-click the file you want to open, the Windows Internet Explorer dialog box
closes and the file’s name and path appear in the Open box. To display the Excel workbook,
click OK, and the workbook appears in Internet Explorer. You can move among the
workbook’s worksheets by clicking the sheet tabs in the lower-left corner of the page.
When you save a workbook to an organization’s intranet site, you can share data with your
colleagues. For example, Consolidated Messenger’s chief operating officer, Lori Penor, could
save a daily report on package misdeliveries to her team’s intranet site so that everyone
could examine what happened, where the problem occurred, and how to fix the problem.
It’s also possible to save a workbook as a web file that retains a link to the original
workbook. Whenever someone updates the workbook, Excel updates the web file to reflect the
new content.
To publish a workbook to the web, display the Backstage view, click Save As and then, in the
Save As Type list, click Web Page. When you do, Excel displays the Publish button; when you
click the Publish button, the Publish As Web Page dialog box opens.
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