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Uploading spreadsheets into Expression Web

I am trying to upload a spreadsheet into expression web, but I need to have the filters for the columns available. When I try to insert a spreadsheet it tells me that "my file is already in use. Select a new name or close the file in use by another application." I have carefully done this. I have closed the document, renamed the file and loaded Expression web but with same result. Can someone please help me with this?

RE: Uploading spreadsheets into Expression Web

Hi Ida, thanks for your query and apologies for the delay in responding. Your requirement for the filters to be available throws a spanner into the works, I'm afraid. It's easy enough to save the spreadsheet as an HTML file but as you have probably already seen this strips out the filtering functionality.

However, have a read of the material at this link. You have to use a third-party website but what you want to do is achievable.

http://labnol.blogspot.com/2006/09/embed-interactive-excel-spreadsheets.html

Hope this helps,

Anthony

Sun 17 Apr 2011: Automatically marked as resolved.

 

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