I have an Excel sheet with several sheets and containing quite a few tables of information which are really intended to be published on a common wiki at my company. Previously, we used to use MediaWiki, and I had found a very good export tool that took a selection in Excel and generated a huge chunk of very readabble MediaWiki table markup. Several such tables were usually put on the same Wiki page.
Unfortunately for this approach, company changes ensued, and now the same information needs to go either into essentially bare-HTML pages or a Twiki system. Neither of which supports the dear old Mediawiki syntax.
So the question is: is there some way to export clean HTML or Twiki table syntax from an Excel table selection?
If you select "save as..." "html" "selection only" in Excel itself, you get one complete web page per table. Sure, the core table bit can be extracted from that. However, the code is pretty horrific, full of MS style things to make it look EXACTLY like in Excel, which is not in general what you want. You want the wiki engine and browser to deal with formatting that works OK on the screen someone is using.
(for some reason you cannot get an HTML code block to show up in SuperUser posts...)