You can use XL2HTML, which is an Excel macro that converts a spreadsheet to an HTML table. It's free and it works quite well -- and the code is accessible so you can pull out the Excel macro editor and rewrite the thing any way you like. Works like a dream. We use this on a page that is updated daily. Open the Excel, select the area to be converted, hit the Big Friendly Button. A guy who knows nothing of HTML and little more about computers has no problem running this and uploading it to the site every day. :) Get it at: http://www.unibase.com/local/wmtk/convert/misc/xl2html/index.htm Good luck, Steve On Tuesday, July 22, 2003, at 09:17 AM, lmp wrote: > We have built some html pages and they are going to be burnt onto a CD. > The original data is in an Excel spreadsheet. > > The question is can we somehow read an Excel spreadsheet and output the > data into a web page.