What I do is first copy the table from the excel sheet into word, and then from word to gmail.
This works very good, but sometimes it might require extra formating tweaks. However if you have large table or whole worksheet, than attachment (or uploading it to google docs and attaching from there) is better option.
What I did when I need to send spreadsheet is copying the table from the excel sheet into word first, and then from word to gmail.
This way works well, but sometimes it might require extra formating tweaks. If you have large table or whole worksheet, than attachment (or uploading it to google docs and attaching from there) is better option. Answered Feb, 16 2011
Start Microsoft Excel. Open an existing workbook or open a new blank workbook. * 2
Click "Format" on the toolbar and point to "Sheet." Click on "Background." The "Sheet Background" dialog box will open, typically to the location on your computer that you use as your default for storing graphics. * 3
Navigate to the picture you want to use as your background. Click on the picture to select it and then click "Insert." The picture will replicate itself throughout your worksheet. * 4
Remove your background picture by clicking on the tab of the worksheet that has a background, clicking "Format" on the "Tools" menu, pointing to "Sheet" and clicking "Delete Background."
Read more: How to Insert a Background to an Excel Spreadsheet | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4495828_insert-background-excel-spreadsheet.html#ixzz1IoWLO067 Answered Apr, 11 2011
Hi, I give you an example by creating a graph using three data sources, the date, total amount due, and total amount due greater than 60 days.
1. The first step is to click insert and the click chart. The Chart wizard will appear on your computer.
2. For this chart I am going to create a Line Graph so go ahead and click line graph under the standard types.
3. The Chard Wizard is now asking for you chart source data. Click on the small data range button. This will bring up a small source data - data range field. Go to your excel spreadsheet and hold Ctrl and drag down the "lasso" to get all the information for the date.
4. While still holding down the Ctrl button drag and lasso the other two data sources that we are going to use. So now the date data, total amount due, and the total amount due greater than 60 days should all be "lassoed". Now press enter, this will bring you back to your chard wizard.
5. Now you can see a small version of what your graph will look like. Go ahead and click next, now you can name your Chart Title, Category (X) axis, and Value (Y) axis.
6. Once named go ahead and click finish, this is going to post your graph to your spreadsheet as an object. If you don't like where the graph is posted you can easily move the graph with your mouse. Answered Jan, 19 2011