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Re^2: Extract Excel graphs

by tarunkhanna (Novice)
on Oct 01, 2011 at 08:02 UTC ( #929006=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Extract Excel graphs
in thread Extract Excel graphs

I want to extract only graphs and not tables and display those graphs in browser using CGI programming.

Thanks and Regards


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Re^3: Extract Excel graphs
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 01, 2011 at 08:54 UTC

      Hi

      I saw Win32::OLE module. But it's limitation is that I can use it only with windows. But I want a solution on linux platform. Yeah, I am comfortable with extracting graphs from excel as image. Can you help me with this problem on linux platform?? Thanks and Regards.

      Hi

      I want to extract graphs from excel as image. Can you tell me how to do that on linux platform??

      Thanx and Regards.

        Dude, do you want to export the graphs as images all at once and then have those images available for viewing? Do you want to export them on the fly? Is there a static set of spreadsheets around? Or are these spreadsheets created on a regular basis? From this data, you can determine what will be your best path.

        But what you're doing is like saying, "I want to fly. How do I do that?" Uh....buy a plane ticket? Buy a plane? Get a jet pack? Get fired out of a cannon?

        Ask a question poorly, and you'll be guaranteed nothing but poor answers. And by the way, from what I've been able to find, you can't do this from Perl -- at least not the way you've described so far. But you might look into writing a macro in OpenOffice.

        --marmot

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