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    Display Excel Worksheets in Posts (2003)

    How do you display a spreadsheet in a post?
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    Re: Display Excel Worksheets in Posts (2003)

    You can
    - Attach a workbook (zipped if necessary)
    - Attach a screenshot of part of a worksheet (max. 640x480).
    - Include a table in a post - see <!post=Making Tables in the Lounge,162644>Making Tables in the Lounge<!/post> and <!post=Copying a Word, Excel or Access table to a post,164109>Copying a Word<!/post>, but this won't work exactly the same way in the "new" Lounge we'll move to tomorrow.

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    Re: Display Excel Worksheets in Posts (2003)

    Thanks Hans. What should we use with the new Lounge? Excel Jeanis?

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    Re: Display Excel Worksheets in Posts (2003)

    What is Excel Jeanis? <img src=/S/scratch.gif border=0 alt=scratch width=25 height=29>

    In the new Lounge, you can still attach a workbook and a screenshot, but the table tags are still being worked on.

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    Re: Display Excel Worksheets in Posts (2003)

    Sorry, Excel Jeanie. It is a software that lets you attach an excel spreadsheet to a message board as an html. The Mr Excel message board uses this technique as opposed to allowing files to be attached...

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    Re: Display Excel Worksheets in Posts (2003)

    For security reasons, we don't allow users to post HTML (you can't do that here, in the "old" Lounge either), so we can't use Excel Jeanie Html. Sorry!

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