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Raghunathan
07/05/12 03:49
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Chennai
India


 
#187857 - Making my requirememt more clear...
Responding to: Michael Karas's previous message
Thanks for all your responses. Some clarifications.

1.The easiset of the lot is to post the file and let the users download it. This means the end user needs to have a compatible spreadsheet app.

2. Its more sexier (!) to have the calculator work right off the page and for that reason my prefernce was to go the Javascript way. But most people I have asked are either shunning away from the maths involved - not much - but thats the way it is, Or they ask for huge sums to code and publish.

3. The Google way. Well I did try that and followed the tutorials and posted the link on my page. But it kind of just brought the Excel sheet as a web page with no interactivity - and not very pretty in any case with messeded up cell sizes, scroll bars etc. Maybe it needs a longer learning process to master.

Looks like javascript is the way to go ?

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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