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Excel Calendar Online

Thread began 5/28/2009 2:58 pm by info355813 | Last modified 5/28/2009 3:06 pm by Joe Lowery | 2000 views | 1 replies |


Excel Calendar Online

Hi, one of my clients has an excel calendar he put together, he wants to make it available online for the staff to see and also edit. Has anyone ever done thing like this before? Is there a way to import this excel file into maybe the web charts extensions or use another webassist extension to do this rather easily? Or does anyone else have a suggestion based on past experience? Thanks for the help.

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Joe Lowery

You're probably better off going with Google calendar or Google Docs (which has an Excel compatible spreadsheet). You can share it with whomever and its free.

Check out whatsnew.html

Best - Joe

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