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howto:web:serve-html-as-an-excel-file-from-a-web-application [2020-08-13 06:17]
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howto:web:serve-html-as-an-excel-file-from-a-web-application [2020-09-10 13:58] (current)
brendan [Serve HTML as an Excel File from a Web Application]
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 //This is a quick-and-dirty way to get a table from your web app into Excel without an external library and without a lot of coding. Past comments about these deficiencies in the solution provided here have been deleted and future comments along those lines will be deleted.// //This is a quick-and-dirty way to get a table from your web app into Excel without an external library and without a lot of coding. Past comments about these deficiencies in the solution provided here have been deleted and future comments along those lines will be deleted.//
  
-If you don't like this solution, search for libraries and articles about writing valid <wrap file>.xlsx</wrap> files and [[http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/38425/How-to-Read-and-Write-ODF-ODS-Files-OpenDocument-S|<wrap file>.ods</wrap> files]]. (The OpenDocument ODS file format is much simpler to get right than <wrap file>.xlsx</wrap>, and recent versions of Excel will happily open it without warning about the content not matching the filename.)+If you don't like this solution, search for libraries and articles about writing valid <wrap file>.xlsx</wrap> files and [[http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/38425/How-to-Read-and-Write-ODF-ODS-Files-OpenDocument-S|.ods files]]. (The OpenDocument ODS file format is much simpler to get right than <wrap file>.xlsx</wrap>, and recent versions of Excel will happily open it without warning about the content not matching the filename.)
  
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