Excel Web Access Web Part summary

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The Excel Access Web Part displays a Microsoft Office Excel workbook so that you can easily and securely share reports with other users, and analyze and explore data. The following sections provide links to all the Excel Services Help topics.

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View data

Interact with data

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Introduction to Excel Services and Excel Web Access

Differences between using a workbook in Excel and Excel Services

Display an Excel workbook in Excel Web Access

Open a workbook in Web browser view

Open a workbook or snapshot in Excel from Excel Services

View data

Find or replace text and numbers on a worksheet

Navigate a workbook in Excel Services

View a named item in Excel Services

Work with hyperlinks in Excel for Windows

Interact with data

Sessions, session time-out, and interacting with data in Excel Services

Calculate and recalculate data in Excel Services

Sort data in Excel Services

Filter data in Excel Services

Outline data in Excel Services

Refresh external data in Excel Services

Change workbook parameters in Excel Services

Change properties and connect to other Web Parts

Excel Web Access Web Part custom properties

Connect Filter Web Parts to Excel Web Access

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