Export HTML to Excel in ASP.NET

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  1. Geraldine says:

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  3. bsync says:

    Thanks your information. I try this code and it works fine but how export string ?

  4. bsync says:

    Thanks your information. I try this code and it works fine but how export dynamic div content (html table,string..) with css styles ?

  5. Sudhir says:

    it works fine where office 2007 installed . but not work when installed office 2010. please give me suggestion to solve it

  6. Samuel Iyomere says:

    Wow, works like charm.
    I was able to also export to word just by changing the ‘application/excel’ to ‘application/msword’ and ‘office:excel’ to ‘office:word’

    Thanks. Saved my day.
    ;)

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