How to open large HTML FILES IN EXCEL In quick Time

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Navin, Jan 13, 2004.

  1. Navin

    Navin Guest

    hi,

    i am using the following code to generate a xls file using the
    content type
    now when the user opnes the file at his pc it takes long time to
    open..if the no of records in file is large
    does the use of html tags has slow down the process of opening in
    excel...
    does speical care needs to be taken so that large html files open in
    excel quiclky.....................

    Please advise your feedback....


    Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.ms-excel"
    Response.Write("<basefont face=""Arial Narrow"" size = ""2""
    color=""#000000"">")
    Response.Write("<TABLE border = 0 color=blue align=left>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("<td colspan = 8><font size=4><b>Indirect Channels -
    Management Information System</b></font></td>")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("&nbsp")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("<td colspan = 7><font size=3><b>" & strRptName &
    "</b></font></td>")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("&nbsp")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("<td colspan = 4><b>User Id : " & session("userid") &
    "</b></td>")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("<td colspan = 4><b>User Name : " &
    session("username") & "</b></td>")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("<td colspan = 4><b>Period From : " & strPeriodFrom &
    "</b></td>")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("<td colspan = 4><b>Period To : " & strPeriodTo &
    "</b></td>")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("&nbsp")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("<td colspan = 4><b>IN CONFIDENCE</b></td>")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("<TR>")
    Response.Write("&nbsp")
    Response.Write("</TR>")
    Response.Write("</TABLE>")
     
    Navin, Jan 13, 2004
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