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Can MS Excel Calculation be used on Static Pages?

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Hello guys,

I posted a message a while back, but I got no response. Either because what I am trying to achieve is not possible or the question was just too stupid.

However, I need to know if it is possible to create an amortization schedule with Microsoft Excel and copy it on a static page and then be used via geeklog for calculating a loan.

Is my curiousity possible?

Thank you all in advance....


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Registered: 08/22/02
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Possibly, I just put in a simple formula into excel, saved the sheet as html, with interactivity (Office XP), viewed the source and pasted this into a static page.

Viewing the page resulted in an excel sheet with the ability to change the sheet, and the formula to update. Would it work with macros, who knows?

You may want to consider a java amortization, either in a static page, or just wrapped in geeklog.

Why not just try it like I did and see??


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