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Old 08-07-2006, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default XLS to HTML

I need to convert an Excel spread sheet, 18 rows and 10 columns, to HTML. The original has a heading and a footer and two blank rows, but those will be easy enough to create by hand.

Searching for Convert XLS HTML, I find a vast variety of tools, ranging from free (with an easy demo) to hundreds of dollars. I only have one spread sheet to do, and hundreds of dollars is silly, I can create the HTML by hand for a lot less than that, having exported the table to comma delimited text.

A free demo/free tool site creates an absolutely huge HTML file, just what I don't want. There is little point in paying very much for a conversion tool, unless the results are going to be reasonable, not huge with many, many font definitions.

Do forum members have a better idea?

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