Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
• Click the 3-D Pie Chart
sheet tab at the bot-
tom of the window
to display the 3-D Pie
chart in your browser
(Figure 14). If the
appears in the
Information bar at the
top of the Web page,
click its Close button.
3-D Pie chart appears
on Web page
• Use the scroll arrows
to display the lower
portion of the chart.
What are the beneﬁ ts
of using a browser to
view a workbook?
You can see from
Figures 13 and 14
that a Web page is an
ideal way to distribute
information to a large
group of people.
For example, the
Web page could be
published on a Web
server connected to the
Internet and made available to anyone with a computer, browser, and the address of the
Web page. It also can be e-mailed easily, because the Web page resides in a single ﬁ le, rather
than in a ﬁ le and folder. Publishing a workbook as a Web page, therefore, is an excellent
alternative to distributing printed copies of the workbook.
3-D Pie Chart
• Click the Close button on the right side of the browser title bar to close the browser.
This Web feature introduced you to customizing the Quick Access Toolbar, previewing a workbook as a Web page,
creating a new folder on a USB ﬂ ash drive, and publishing and viewing a Web page. The items listed below include
all the new Ofﬁ ce 2007 skills you have learned in this Web feature.
1. Add a Button to the Quick Access Toolbar
2. Preview the Web Page (EX 255)
3. Save an Excel Workbook as a Web Page in a Newly
Created Folder (EX 256)
4. View and Manipulate the Web Page Using a Browser
If you have a SAM user proﬁ le, you may have access to hands-on instruction, practice, and
assessment. Log in to your SAM account ( http://sam2007.course.com) to launch any assigned
training activities or exams that relate to the skills covered in this feature.