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    Thank You all for the suggestions.

    Don't use Front Page so that is out.
    Will try some of the other suggestions.
    I appreciate your replies and am still open to an easy solution.

    Thanks agaion.
    Bob S.

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    Bob,

    also, you can always just pop your Excel sheet up on the webpage itself....

    if you're familiar with HTML commands (the stuff that web designers use) it's the same as a normal link, just with the appropriate filename being an .xls extension

    thusly :

    your link description

    this'll pop a hyperlink in your webpage which, when clicked on, will open a fully-functional Excel spreadsheet within your browser.

    (Actually, I'll take advice on wether it's fully-functional or not, I bet it has some limitations)

    [ps.... try to keep the same thread for related topics on this board : no need to start new ones as the continuity of the problem and it's solutions become fragmented and difficult to follow]

    Anyhow,

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    Chris


    [ This Message was edited by: Chris Davison on 2002-04-22 11:33 ]

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