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Tool/Method to post graphs/tables/reports to the web

Tool/Method to post graphs/tables/reports to the web

Tool/Method to post graphs/tables/reports to the web

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I have information stored in an Access 2000 DB and need to be able to post various graphs/tables/reports to the web.  I am looking for input as to the best way to do this.  Is there any software out there that can be used to pull the data from Access (or Excel)?  Or is there some good way to post charts/tables from Excel on the Web?  I know that Excel documents can be converted into html documents, but they don't have a very professional look (as they still have the information all on different tabs and I would like to have each tab be its own web page).  
My company is in the process of setting up a web portal that these document will be posted on, but I am having a hard time getting any help/advice from them.  I have virtually no experience doing anything like this but need to find an efficient way to post lots (10,000+ different charts/tables/reports) to the web.  Any advice you can offer will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Josh

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