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    I use excel to display data on the web. I make my excel sheet and save as a web page and upload it. When I go on the web and look at it, parts of it aren't formatted correct or are squashed together. After the whole page loads if I refresh the page it is fine. Is there anything I can do to make it look correct the first time it loads?

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    On 2002-04-26 12:48, JeffB185 wrote:
    I use excel to display data on the web. I make my excel sheet and save as a web page and upload it. When I go on the web and look at it, parts of it aren't formatted correct or are squashed together. After the whole page loads if I refresh the page it is fine. Is there anything I can do to make it look correct the first time it loads?

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    I'm having this exact same problem with Excel 2000. Does anyone know what to do about this?

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    I am having this problem as well and can't figure out why it's happening.

    Here is a link to one of my webpages so you can see the problem yourself.

    http://www.wincom.net/sph/Hockey/Standings.htm

    If you see overlapping data, refresh the page and watch it disappear. Once you refresh it the page will come up correctly every time.

    Why is this happening? It has me frustrated to no end.

    Any explanation or solutions would be greatly appreciated.



    [ This Message was edited by: habman on 2002-09-03 14:49 ]

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    Wow, that HTML source that Excel created is some ugly looking stuff.

    How about an alternate approach using an FTP client that I posted here?

    I would require laying out an web document then in corporating it's HTML source into the macro that generates the page and downloading a slick FTP client to use from withing the macro.
    <font size="-1">Mark Henri</font>

    <font size="-2">Microsoft Tier 1 Excel Support Technician</font>

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