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Re: Alternative to Win32::OLE when using Excel?

by VSarkiss (Monsignor)
on Jan 17, 2006 at 15:54 UTC ( #523759=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Alternative to Win32::OLE when using Excel?

As Limbic~Region states, you've got a lot of different questions packed up in there.

As far as whether you would use Spreadsheet::WriteExcel or Win32::OLE, I had to choose a couple of years ago, and wrote about my experience here.

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Re^2: Alternative to Win32::OLE when using Excel?
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 17, 2006 at 16:18 UTC
       Do you agree with the statements regarding creating Charts in the Spreadsheet module is experimental and they need to be created beforehand? If charts need to be created beforehand and all the other steps mentioned have to be followed then Win32::OLE is by far the only real option I have. Do you know how I can grab the process ID from the Excel object then when using the GetActiveObject method? If need be I might just go about "Ending the Process"es using the system function if I can't find another way of killing the Excel processes started. I'm open to other suggestions but right now I can't have these Excel.exes building up in Task Manager. Appreciate any help.


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