HTML Maker...??? Installed.. How to use it...

Mykro

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Hello,

I downloaded HTML Maker... Unzipped it.. Double clicked on it.. Excel opens up, Now what..?

I don't see it installed as an Add-In...

I had it installed many years ago, but things change over time.. (I've forgotten even how to use it)..
Are there directions on how to use it?... I haven't had a need to use it...until now...


Thanks Michael
 

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jproffer

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You have to go to File, Options, Add-ins, (very bottom) Excel Add-ins...click GO. Pick HTML Maker from the list (assuming you have it in your add-ins folder).

After it's open, you should have a Ribbon tab called "HTML", but you'll never use it....because you can select the cells you want to post to the board, right click, and there's a menu at the very bottom of the right click menu. Click the option you want, then come to the message board and right click...paste. That's it.

I find it helpful to put borders "All Borders" around everything I want to post, but it's not required...just makes it look a little better.
 

Mykro

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You have to go to File, Options, Add-ins, (very bottom) Excel Add-ins...click GO. Pick HTML Maker from the list (assuming you have it in your add-ins folder).

After it's open, you should have a Ribbon tab called "HTML", but you'll never use it....because you can select the cells you want to post to the board, right click, and there's a menu at the very bottom of the right click menu. Click the option you want, then come to the message board and right click...paste. That's it.

I find it helpful to put borders "All Borders" around everything I want to post, but it's not required...just makes it look a little better.

Hello,

I'm posting a sample to see if it works...


This is a test


￿￿

It doesn't look like it's working...
 
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