How to use the AutoRepublish feature in Excel

Summary

This step-by-step article explains how to use the AutoRepublish feature in Microsoft Excel. This feature lets you automatically update a Web page as the workbook from which it was created is updated.

AutoRepublish is an automatic link from a Web page to an Excel workbook. When AutoRepublish is enabled, the Web page is automatically updated every time that the workbook from which it was created is saved.

How to enable AutoRepublish

To enable the AutoRepublish feature, follow these steps, as appropriate for the version of Excel that you are running.

Microsoft Excel 2002 and Microsoft Office Excel 2003

  1. Start Excel, and then open or create the workbook that you want to save as a Web page.
  2. Click Save as Web Page.
  3. Click Publish.
  4. In the File name box, type the path and the file name that you want.
  5. Click to select the AutoRepublish every time this workbook is saved check box, and then click Publish.

Microsoft Office Excel 2007

  1. Start Excel, and then open or create the workbook that you want to save as a Web page.
  2. Click the  Microsoft Office Button  , and then click Save As.
  3. In Save as type list, click Web Page.
  4. In the File name box, type the path and the file name that you want.
  5. Click Publish.
  6. Click to select the AutoRepublish every time this workbook is saved check box, and then click Publish.

Troubleshooting

You know that AutoRepublish is working if you receive a confirmation message that resembles the following message the next time that you save the workbook after publishing:


This workbook contains items that are automatically republished to Web pages each time the workbook is saved.

- Disable the AutoRepublish feature while this workbook is open

- Enable the AutoRepublish feature
You may also receive this confirmation message if the workbook that you are saving contains a chart sheet, Microsoft Excel 4 macro sheets, or Microsoft Excel 5 dialog sheets.

If you click Enable the AutoRepublish feature, a warning message appears in a generic Excel warning message box or error message box. The warning states that the workbook contains a chart sheet, Excel 4 macro sheets, or Excel 5 dialog sheets. For more information about the warning and what, if anything, your options are in this case, click Help on the warning message.

For more information about how to save a workbook as a Web page, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

289260 How to save a workbook as a Web page in Excel 2002

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Artikelnummer: 289262 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 29.04.2008 – Revision: 1

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