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I am working in Mac OS 10.4 and Microsoft Excel X for Mac.

I created a web page and opened in firefox(2.0) that contains 10 rows with 4 columns.

I need to copy the excel content and paste in the firefox.

If i do it, the copied text are pasting in one cell. I want to paste the content as it is in excel manually.(I need to copy a row from excel to firefox as in excel manually).

How can i do this?

Thanks in advance...
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