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Office and SharePoint 2007 User's Guide: Integrating SharePoint with Excel, Outlook, Access, and Word by Michael P. Antonovich

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8.5. Using the Excel Page Web Part

Viewing an Excel workbook from a SharePoint library either in the browser using Excel Services or by downloading and opening it in a local copy of Microsoft Excel provides a quick way to view the spreadsheet. However, it does not let you include the workbook with other SharePoint features. Fortunately, SharePoint provides a web part that allows you to include an Excel workbook or portion of a worksheet inside any web page.

Suppose you start with a simple web page such as the one shown in Figure 8-14. In this page, you want to add an Excel spreadsheet to the Left web part zone to display the interest paid calculator created in the last section.

Figure 8.14. Beginning with a basic web page with two web part ...

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