This dialog shows you what files were produced by the export and whether any problems occurred. For example, if you export a worksheet and graph in Microsoft Excel format, you see an Excel file (*.xls) and a graph image file (*.gif) in this list. You also specify whether to open the first export file.
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This area shows you where the files were saved to. For example, c:\data\report\.
This list shows you what files were produced during the export. For example, if you export a workbook containing three worksheets (named Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3) in HTML format, this list contains three files, as follows:
|Sheet name||File name||Status|
|Sheet1||Sheet1.html||Sheet exported successfully.|
|Sheet2||Sheet2.html||Sheet exported successfully.|
|Sheet3||Sheet3.html||Sheet exported successfully.|
This field shows you the name of the worksheet exported.
This field shows you the name of the file produced in the export.
This field tells you whether the file was exported successfully.
Use this check box to open the first file in the file list when you close the Export Wizard. For example, if the first file is an HTML file, your Web browser displays the HTML file.
Note: If you export to Microsoft Excel format and Microsoft Excel does not open the first exported sheet, check that you have the correct security level for macros. For example, in Microsoft Excel 2000, choose Tools | Macro| Security and set the security level to Medium or Low.