Sharing / Updating EXCEL on the Web

jad

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I would like to be able to share spreadsheets over the web, and have remote users be able to simultaneously view the spreadsheet as well as be able to update the sheet from the remote location.

I hae seen a product called BadBlue (www.badblue.com) that may do this. Anyone have any experience with this product, or alternative suggestions?

Users may or may not have Office installed, so the "worksheet with interactivity" option through Office wouldn't meet the overall requirements.

Thanks for your thoughts / suggestions.

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ame12

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I am:

http://badblue.com/helpxls.htm - for where remote users only need browsers to view/update worksheets. Note that their is complete cell-by-cell read and write protection as well (with the logging/tracking that you get in normal shared workbooks).

It's worth noting another product: http://badblue.com/prodxlm.htm - for sharing where all users actually have copies of Excel (or won't give up Excel).
 
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