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"The web is not print"
I am making the assumption that you can get the data here :)
The easiest way I know of to do this is to use the data and create a CSV document with it. This allows ANY spreadsheet app to open it and view it, and yes, even print it :)
It also allows the flexability of being able to use StarOffice, MS Office, Corel, KDE Office or whatever other breed of Office software you want. And yes, for your less savy users, MS Office does associate the .csv extension with Excel automatically so all they have to do is download it and click on it.
"Nothing is sure but death and taxes" I say combine the two and its death to all taxes!