I am an avid user of Google Docs. I use it loads for a running club website that I maintain.
I can store all the results for any race in a spreadsheet and then embed part of that in a web page.
You can see an example of this at www.wdac.org.uk/results.htm
However, Google have updated the embedding HTML to add unnecessary and ugly info, plus a link to sign up for Google Docs
Luckily I found a way to turn this off
A typical piece of code to embed a range of a spreadsheet now looks like this
<iframe width=’500′ height=’300′ frameborder=’0′ src=’http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=rAR-oNQkLhsyY62lYz7QxXA&single=true&gid=0&range=test&output=html&widget=true’></iframe>
To turn off the new links and other bits simply change widget=true to widget=false at the end of the code
Note: I tried to embed the spreadsheet in this blog but Microsoft stripped it out for “security” reasons