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Open Excel file in asp

Is there a way to insure the user can't save the excel file that has
been opened?

I have a link that goes to XLS files for users but I don't want to users
to be able to save the XLS files to there local drive.

tia,
Andrew

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Is there a way to insure the user can't save the excel file that has
been opened?

I have a link that goes to XLS files for users but I don't want to users
to be able to save the XLS files to there local drive.


No. If the data can be viewed, it can be saved.

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