A Web Page Page is viewed through a Web browser Clicking the hyperlink will take you to the designated Web site
Inserting a Hyperlink Select the cell that will contain the hyperlink If the cell is blank, type the hyperlink text in the Text to Display box Enter the Web address (URL) of the site you wish to open
The Save As Web Page Command Enter the name for your Web page By default, the Single File Web Page format is selected.
Prior versions of Microsoft Office allowed you to save documents as Web pages, but stored the documents as an html file with folders containing the elements of the page. When you uploaded the Web pages to your Web server, you had to upload the folders with the elements or the page did not function properly.
This feature will make saving documents as Web pages much easier, but it will also give the Web developer less flexibility in editing the document after it has been posted .
Round-Trip HTML Edit with Microsoft Excel button lets you start Excel and edit the worksheet
Clicking the Edit with Microsoft Excel button allows you to start Excel to edit the worksheet. You will then be back in Excel. Any changes must be saved. Students will not see the changes in their browser until they click the Refresh button, which will retrieve the most current version of the document from the server.
Selecting a Non-Contiguous Range Drag through cells to select destination range Hold the Ctrl key, then select additional cells
The Web query is most often associated with a database management system.
An Excel Web query is very similar, but instead of using SQL and a relational database, you use the Web as your database.
Excel allows you to specify the data source and the criteria that must be met.
As with a database query, the information displayed by the query can be updated without recreating the query.
Web Queries Results of the query are displayed here. Clicking a hyperlink takes you to that company’s Web site Stock ticker symbols of the companies in the portfolio Formulas in cells refer to the values in the Web query
Queries are not automatically updated every time you open the worksheet. Instead, they will display the last saved values. To update, you need to use the Refresh command. This command will retrieve the latest data from the Web, using the criteria you have already provided.
Refreshing the Query Context-sensitive menu appears when you right-click in the query area Refresh External Data command retrieves the latest data from the Web External Data toolbar