2. Excel - Computer Application in Management Yosi Wiesel...

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1 Chapter 2 – The Web and Business Applications Exploring Microsoft Excel 2 Excel and the Internet ± Insert a hyperlink into a worksheet ± Save a workbook as a Web page ± Download information from the Web through a Web query
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3 A Web Page Page is viewed through a Web browser Clicking the hyperlink will take you to the designated Web site 4 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
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The Save As Web Page Command Enter the name for your Web page By default, the Single File Web Page format is selected. 6 Some Internet Terms ± HTML (HyperText Markup Language): a standard language for creating Web pages ± Round trip HTML: allows you to edit a web page in the application that created it ² An Excel document can be saved as a Web page, then edited in Excel. ± Single File Web Page: all elements of a
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2009 for the course BUSINESS 772 taught by Professor Sadeh during the Spring '07 term at Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya.

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