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The result is a file which can be viewed in any Web browser. The Web page accurately shows our number formats and font sizes (see Figure 14.11).

Several versions ago, Microsoft became enamored of saving a worksheet as HTML, then later opening the HTML file in Excel and having the original formulas intact. They called this feature "round tripping." This feature causes Excel to write out incredibly bloated HTML files. The data presented in Figure 14.11 is about 457 bytes of data, yet Excel requires 9,105 bytes of data to store both the data for presentation and the data needed to load the file back into Excel.

Although the data is accurately presented in Figure 14.11, it is not extremely fancy. We don't have a company logo or navigation bar to examine other reports.

Figure 14.11

Excel does a nice job of rendering the worksheet as HTML.

Figure 14.11

Excel does a nice job of rendering the worksheet as HTML.

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