Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Feature Summary
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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
security warning
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
sheet tab
browser
is active
Figure 14
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Click the Close button on the right side of the browser title bar to close the browser.
Feature Summary
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
(EX 252)
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
(EX 260)
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.
 
 
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