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Old August 1st, 2007, 09:41 AM
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How did I save an excel worksheet as a .gif image? hazel is clueless...

In the past, I have saved part of an excel worksheet as a .gif image and inserted it as a picture into a FrontPage web page. What's more, I have done this at least six times--long enough ago, unfortunately, that I can't remember how I did it...

I need to do it again...but my memory fails me. (this is not an unusual occurrence, but it never fails to make me tear out my already thinning hair... ) Sigh...but at least I know it can be done...

Anyone out there have any experience with this? It's a handy trick...and if I figure it out, I think I should probably write it down this time!
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