By now, virtually every computer programfrom tax-preparation software to the latest hardware-straining action gameboasts Web features. Excel is no exception. Using its Web savvy, you can:
Make your worksheet into a Web page . If you want to prepare your worksheet for Web viewing, you can do it by hand, or you can use Excel's surprisingly good, built-in HTML smarts.
Put the Web in your worksheet . The Web is full of information, some that's useful, some that's mildly interesting, and some that's downright bizarre. With Excel's Web query feature, you can extract information from a Web page and analyze it right inside a worksheet.
Make your worksheet work like a Web page . One of the Web's signature features is the hyperlink, which lets you jump from one place to another at the click of a mouse. With Excel hyperlinks , you can leap between worksheets and Web pages, or you can just jump to different places in the same workbook.