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Default Spreadsheet Export Sizes

I am converting a VB application that generates Excel spredsheet to an ASP page.

What I've found is that the size of spreadsheet from the ASP export (from OWC) is much larger (2.5 mb vs. 0.35 mb) than the one exported by VB ("Excel.Application") with the same data source.

Does anyone know why, and what can I do to make the size smaller with ASP?

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