basic website question

Xalten

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Hi, sorry for asking such a easy question, I tried to search for the answer on the boards but all I could find were a ton of questions alot more in depth than mine. Anyhow, I have a excel sheet and basically all I want to do is put it on a web page. I use the "Save as Web Page" but that dosnt keep my frozen cells i have. If I add interactivity it puts it in a small box and allows other people to edit it.. thats not what I want, I just want people to be able to view it and I want the frozen columns and rows to remain frozen. Can anyone help please? thanks.
 

Excel Facts

Back into an answer in Excel
Use Data, What-If Analysis, Goal Seek to find the correct input cell value to reach a desired result
Make a image of your screen by using the print screen key and pasting it in paint, you can now crop the image to suit. Save as jpg or gif.

On your webpage use the image tag as such:

<img src=myfile.jpg>

Hope this helps

Chris
 
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i cant do that.. thats basically what the Save as Web Page does.. it is to big to do that and they have to scroll over.. when they scroll over i want their names to stay in one place so its easier to determine what line they are on I can post the basic web page sheet if you want to see what i mean?
 
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Actually, what Chris proposed was simply making a picture of your screen. Nothing like what "save as web page" does. As it is just a picture, nothing would move.
 
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yea i understand that, but the reason i cant is because it is to big to fit on one page hence i have a frozen A column so when you scroll over you can still keep in line the peoples names with the information in the rest of the excel sheet.
 
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Well, how many columns do you have? If it's not too big, maybe if you set the zoom so that all of the columns show but are still legible and then do the print screen?

Just a thought
shrug.gif
 
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It will wind up having multiple columns for each day of the month, I have already determined that it will not be possible to take still shots. Does anyone know how to put it on a web page and maintain the Freeze Pains? there must be a way somehow
 
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There is another way round this, you could add an excel object and load your sheet into it. This would mean your host would need to support ASP and there would be some tricky programming behind it.

OR

I don't know if you could take a large image of the screen data and a small image of the names, put them together into two HTML frames and let these handle the scrolling - very messy.

The first method is the best but it's very complex I think, take a look at some ASP sites (www.asp101.co or http://www.aspin.com)

Chris
 
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