Converting Excel 2000 to html retaining formulas and formatt

Mike Pywell

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I have an order form with calculations in Excel which I would like to convert into a html document to email direct to customers for completion.

I can convert it into simple html but it loses the calculated fields. I can also send it directly from excel as an html email but it doesn't retain its page setup properties (i.e. it doesn't print out on a single page, which is pretty key for an order form.) Can anyone help me here - it's driving me nuts!

Thanks for any assistance.
 

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Mike Pywell

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Thinking this through I don't think its possible to retain calculated fields for emailing but equally I would like to convert the file into a calculated doc for the web.

Any assistance on this and also retaining format for email as html i.e. Page setup would be most appreciated.

Mike
 

ChrisUK

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Hey the business calculator seems realy good! When you've done this you can always use the following URL to post the information back to yourself.

http://www.response-o-matic.com

Your HTML must be part of a form mind you
 

Mike Pywell

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RoyUK

Thanks that site looks great and free too!

Appreciate your input!

Regards

Mike
 

Mike Pywell

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Thought is was too good to be true - it doesn't work with Win98!

Any other thoughts?

Mike
 

royUK

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Hi

Sorry about the business thing not working. Have you tried File-Saveas-Webpage and add Interactivity. I haven't used this for a long time but it might help

Roy
 

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