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MOSS 2007 Excel Services Setup & Publishing Excel Workbook on SharePoint

MOSS 2007 Excel Services Setup & Publishing Excel Workbook on SharePoint

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Excel Services is a new technology that ships as part of Shared Services and allows you to calculate and display Excel spreadsheets using MOSS 2007 without necessarily having a copy of Excel on the client machines. With Excel Services you can simply share a spreadsheet using the browser. Excel Services has a calculation engine that supports calculating spreadsheets on the server in order to offload resource intensive calculations.
Excel Services is a new technology that ships as part of Shared Services and allows you to calculate and display Excel spreadsheets using MOSS 2007 without necessarily having a copy of Excel on the client machines. With Excel Services you can simply share a spreadsheet using the browser. Excel Services has a calculation engine that supports calculating spreadsheets on the server in order to offload resource intensive calculations.

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Module 23 MOSS 2007: Document Library, Excel Service and Trusted File Locations
© April 2007, Kefa Rabah, Global Open Versity, Vancouver Canada
www.globalopenversity.orgICT103 - MOSS 2007 Win2k3 Active Directory Exchange2k3 SS0 Integration
 
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Module 23 - MOSS 2007 Excel Services Setup & Publishing ExcelWorkbook on SharePoint
Kefa Rabah, Global Open Versity, Vancouver CanadaEmail:karabah@globalopenversity.org 
Table of Contents Page No.
MODULE 23
2
 
MOSS 2007 EXCEL SERVICES SETUP & PUBLISHING EXCEL
2
 
WORKBOOK ON SHAREPOINT
2
 
23.1 Step 1 - Create Document Library 2
 
23.2 Step 2- Configuring Excel Service in MOSS 2007 Sharing your Excel Workbooks 6
 
23.3 Step 3 Create Excel Services Trusted File Location 7
 
23.3.1 Configure Excel Services timeouts 9
 
23.3.2 Configure MOSS Single-Sign-On (SSO) 10
 
23.3.2.1 Introduction to single sign-on authentication 10
 
23.3.2.2 Start the Single Sign-On service 10
 
23.3.2.3 Managing single sign-on settings 11
 
23.3.2.4 Manage single sign-on settings 12
 
23.3.3 Configure Excel Services’ Unified Logging Service 13
 
23.4 Step 4 Create and Publish a Workbook to Excel Services 14
 
23.4.1 Create an Excel workbook (MyCompanySales.xlsx) 14
 
23.4.2 Publish the Workbook to Excel Services 15
 
23.4.3 Ensure users open the spreadsheet in the browser 17
 
END-MOD.23 17
 
 
A Global Open Versity (GOV) Academic Technical Publication
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© A GOV Open Knowledge Access Technical Academic Publications License
Enhancing education & empowering people worldwide through eLearning in the 21st Century
 
 
Module 23 MOSS 2007: Document Library, Excel Service and Trusted File Locations
© April 2007, Kefa Rabah, Global Open Versity, Vancouver Canada
www.globalopenversity.orgICT103 - MOSS 2007 Win2k3 Active Directory Exchange2k3 SS0 Integration
 
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Module 23MOSS 2007 Excel Services Setup & Publishing ExcelWorkbook on SharePoint
Kefa Rabah, Global Open Versity, Vancouver CanadaEmail:karabah@globalopenversity.org 
Introduction
:
Excel Services is a new technology that ships as part of Shared Services and allows you to calculateand display Excel spreadsheets using MOSS 2007 without necessarily having a copy of Excel on the client machines.With Excel Services you can simply share a spreadsheet using the browser. Excel Services has a calculation enginethat supports calculating spreadsheets on the server in order to offload resource intensive calculations.
23.1 Step 1 - Create Document Library
First of all, to apply this article you have to create a document library in your MOSS web application.Before that, you have to create a web application if you haven’t done so yet.From MOSS central administration you will select
Application Management > Create or extend Web
 
Application
, and follow the steps. After you finish creating the web application you can create adocument library as the following.1.
 
Open your web application in the browser in our case we will use our SSP:
SharedServices1
:
http://sharepoint:1111
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