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Publishing interactive excel (macro-enabled) file into a HTML webpage

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    Publishing interactive excel (macro-enabled) file into a HTML webpage

    Hello,

    I was wondering if there is a way to publish a macro enabled interactive excel into a HTML webpage? I would really appreciate any kind of of suggestion/help!

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    Re: Publishing interactive excel (macro-enabled) file into a HTML webpage

    No, not macros. To begin with, HTML does not offer any interactive functionality. That type of functionality has to be written in a client-side scripting language like JavaScript, and maybe even requires server-side coding like Java or PHP, depending on what you want to do. And being able to convert from VBA into that would be complex.

    There are ways to convert an Excel sheet into an interactive web page, but macros are not carried along.

    There was a very similar thread a while back.
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    Re: Publishing interactive excel (macro-enabled) file into a HTML webpage

    According to the webpage below, you can export your VBA macros from Excel and import them to Visual Basic in Microsofts Web application development platform, .NET. However, I don't understand what you do with your spreadsheet.

    http://smallbusiness.chron.com/conve...net-40835.html

    The article says you'll need to make minor code corrections to convert the code from VBA to VB. It says if you right click on the red code, the compiler will give you suggested revisions.

    Does anyone know how to do this? Does it work? what are the limitations?

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