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I want to use the Excel workbook in my SharePoint using ExcelServices.

I have done all settings in "Excel Services Applications" & "Secure Store Service" in "Manage Service Application" option of "Central Admin".

But I am not getting "ExcelService" option in the Save to SharePoint Dialogbox of Save & Share in Excel-2010. And I am not able to save that Excel file to my Document Library, whose path is saved in Trusted Location.

Also in Excel-2007, I am getting same problem not able to save the file on the Site.

Everytime I am getting this error in 2007 & 2010. "...... path does not exist. Check the path and try again".

What to do to publish this file on SharePoint site, and use the data in my site.

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In the Site Collection itself, have you checked that the SharePoint Server Enterprise Site Collection features feature is activated? – TZHX Jan 21 '13 at 12:25
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plz refer below link.

Hotpe it helps... :D

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Thanks Chandegara. It works for me. Now I am able to publish my Excel file to SharePoint site. But when I open the Excel file from DocumentLibrary, every time I am getting this error. "The workbook cannot be opened because it contains the following features that are not supported by Excel in the browser:" • Workbook sharing Would you like to try and open this file in Excel? – Shahid Jan 22 '13 at 7:11

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