You may not think so, but creating a Web page from one of your existing Excel workbooks is extremely easy.
Basically all you need do is drill down to the workbook you want to use and then click F12, which will open the Save As dialog box.
You must be sure that you change the Save As Type drop-down to Web Page.
You may have noticed if you were following these steps at home on your own computer, that there are some differences between this Save As dialog box and the one you would normally use for saving a workbook.
In this dialog box, you must indicate in the middle of the dialog box what you would like saved in your Web page. You can actually specify to save the entire workbook or you can save the worksheets you selected before you displayed the Save As dialog box.
If you chose to save only a worksheet, you can then specify that the output be interactive. Of course, this means that others who access the Web page can utilize the information in the same manner as if they had access to your Excel file, provided they have a version that is compatible on their own computer.
Also, you can specify a title page for your Web page. The page is displayed by a browser at the top of the page in the title bar. You can change the title by clicking your mouse on the Change title button.
Once you are ready, click on the Save button and Excel will create the HTML (hypertext mark up language) output file in the location of your choice. You can now place that created Web page on a Web server for folks to see.
Viewers will not need Excel. They will simply need a standard Web browser. Be aware that your page may be viewed differently on different browsers.