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CHAPTER 10 BUILDING EXCEL SPREADSHEET WEB PARTS
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Creating a Simple Custom Web Part
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There are three steps to building a custom web part using the Spreadsheet Web Part Add-in: 1. Set up the Excel workbook, which will be used as the XML Spreadsheet file. 2. Use the Spreadsheet Web Part Add-in to specify web part settings. 3. Create the web part.
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Setting Up the Excel Workbook
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The custom web part can include XML maps, formatting, formulas, and data from an external source. The simple spreadsheet shown in Figure 10-3, which includes formatting and formulas, was used to create the web part shown in Figure 10-1.
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Figure 10-3. The worksheet used to create the custom web part
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The worksheet looks amazingly like the web part. Here are the steps to create a worksheet that you ll use to create a simple custom web part: 1. Enter labels and formulas.
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If you want to create the spreadsheet shown in Figure 10-3, there s only one formula, in cell B7: Tip
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2. Apply formatting. 3. Select and unlock any cells where the user will enter data. Choose Format Cells on the menu, or right-click and choose Format Cells from the context menu to open the Format Cells dialog box. On the Protection tab, turn off the Locked checkbox, then click OK.
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CHAPTER 10 BUILDING EXCEL SPREADSHEET WEB PARTS
In your custom web part, users will only be able to modify cells that you just unlocked. 4. Choose Tools Protection Protect Sheet to open the Protect Sheet dialog box, shown in Figure 10-4.
Figure 10-4. Protect the worksheet before creating the web part to protect formulas and labels.
You don t need to provide a password. Unlike Excel, SharePoint doesn t offer the user an opportunity to enter a password and unprotect the spreadsheet. It just says No :
5. Click OK to protect the worksheet. 6. Save the workbook. Give it a short descriptive name. Now you re ready to use the Spreadsheet Add-in to create your custom web part.
CHAPTER 10 BUILDING EXCEL SPREADSHEET WEB PARTS
Using the Spreadsheet Add-In
Select the worksheet that you want to use to create the web part and click the Create WebPart command on the menu bar to open the Spreadsheet Add-in for Microsoft Excel. The add-in is a four-tab dialog box, much like a wizard. On the General tab, shown in Figure 10-5, you ll identify your SharePoint site, name the web part files, and choose a document library in which to store the web part files.
Figure 10-5. You enter most of the information required for a simple web part on the General tab of the Spreadsheet Add-in.
CHAPTER 10 BUILDING EXCEL SPREADSHEET WEB PARTS
Follow these steps to complete the information on the General tab: 1. Enter the URL for your Windows SharePoint Services site in the Server URL text box. If your site is a subsite, use the URL for the subsite. 2. In the Webpart Filename, Solution Filename, and XMLSS Filename text boxes, the suggested file name is the name of the workbook (including the extension), a hyphen, then a description and file extension for the file. Replace the file name and extension with a name that describes the web part. For example, the Webpart Filename for our web part is PayCalcWebPart.dwp. These three files will be saved in a document library on your SharePoint site. You don t want users to delete or modify the files, so you shouldn t store them in the Shared Documents library. We recommend creating a document library named webparts that isn t listed on the Quick Launch bar. You can create the library in SharePoint, or have the Spreadsheet Add-in create the library for you. The Solution Specification file must be stored on the web site where you want to place the custom web part, and the WebPart Description must be stored on the same site as the Solution Specification file. You might as well store them all together in the same document library. Then, follow these steps: 1. If the library you want to store the web part files in already exists, click the Get Live DocLib Information button to populate the three Document Library drop-down lists with the names of the document libraries on the site you specified earlier. Choose the library in each of the drop-down lists. (Don t choose Web Part Gallery it seems like a good idea, but it won t work.) Clear the Create, if doclibs dont exist checkbox. Or, do the following: 1. If you need to create a new document library, type the name in each of the three Document Library drop-down lists. Leave the Create, if doclibs dont exist checkbox turned on. 2. On the Webpart DWP tab, enter a brief name and description for your web part (see Figure 10-6). (If you don t do this, the web part will have the same name as your workbook.)
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