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Raghunathan
07/03/12 04:02
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Chennai
India


 
#187845 - Publishing a Excel file on website
I have developed a simple but useful Fluid Power calculator in Excel and has about 7 different Work sheets. I want to publish this on my own website so that it is available to many users in my field.

How do I go about doing this ? I have tried one SpreadSheet convertor ( XLS => HTML / SWF ) but somehow not happy with the results as it does not handle Option buttons very well...or I have not tried enough.

Being an interactive application, I have a feeling that Java is one possible way. But I have a feeling there must be other platforms for this. Idea is not to start doing it on my own ( at some you must say goodbye to learning new languages !!) but atleast be aware of the possibilities so that I can talk to a web designer relevantly.

Any help is welcome. Thanks.

Raghu

List of 18 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Publishing a Excel file on website      Raghunathan      07/03/12 04:02      
   Excel is not a web standard!      Oliver Sedlacek      07/03/12 22:58      
      Javascript      Per Westermark      07/03/12 23:27      
         The WikiLink      Raghunathan      07/05/12 14:44      
            Extra ")"      Per Westermark      07/05/12 19:58      
               MyFirstJavascript calculator!!      Raghunathan      07/06/12 18:48      
                  Always break problem into smaller pieces      Per Westermark      07/06/12 22:25      
   Just let them download it      Andy Neil      07/04/12 06:28      
      Download or run on site?      Joseph Hebert      07/04/12 07:46      
         Applet?      Per Westermark      07/04/12 12:42      
            Applet      Joseph Hebert      07/06/12 08:39      
               So - you don't care about electronic terms either?      Per Westermark      07/06/12 09:51      
                  That's the orangest bushel of apples I've ever seen.      Joseph Hebert      07/06/12 11:19      
   Try the Google Approach      Michael Karas      07/04/12 12:57      
      Making my requirememt more clear...      Raghunathan      07/05/12 03:49      
         That's a different problem - not a clarification!      Andy Neil      07/05/12 05:14      
         Excel dead end?      Oliver Sedlacek      07/06/12 02:25      
         People can, if they need, use OpenOffice ... right?      Richard Erlacher      07/07/12 03:09      

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