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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: issue with excel pivot saved as web page

    i don't know if this is the proper venue for this but here goes...

    i have a pivot report which i wanted to post on a web server (i'm now running .net server and iis 6). i followed the guide in the microsoft site on how to save the file as a webpage and decided to save it on my desktop. when i double-clicked on the resulting htm file, i was able to open the report... however, if i posted it in iis, i am unable to see anything on the page.

    thanks in advance

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    Re: issue with excel pivot saved as web page

    Hi

    I am having a similar problem to you i think.
    I have an Excel book filled with Macros that don't want to operate within the IE Structure(It seems also not to Like PivotTables). Our Idea was to open the Workbook in the Excel Structure rather than IE. A way to achieve this is provided at

    http://www.whirlywiryweb.com/q%2Fofficedocs.asp

    which gives a Javascript routine for opening the Excel Application.
    This seemed to work fine for Excel 2003, but not Excel 97(Which is our Standard).

    Hope this helps somewhat
    David

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    Re: issue with excel pivot saved as web page

    I wanted to see the htm file on a site as if i opened it locally.

    thanks for the inputs though.


    Originally posted by DavidCoutts
    Hi

    I am having a similar problem to you i think.
    I have an Excel book filled with Macros that don't want to operate within the IE Structure(It seems also not to Like PivotTables). Our Idea was to open the Workbook in the Excel Structure rather than IE. A way to achieve this is provided at

    http://www.whirlywiryweb.com/q%2Fofficedocs.asp

    which gives a Javascript routine for opening the Excel Application.
    This seemed to work fine for Excel 2003, but not Excel 97(Which is our Standard).

    Hope this helps somewhat
    David

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