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Hi Monks, I am Not able to attach and edit Excel file , which helps us to send an email automatically to the end users with excel attachment..

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use warnings; use OLE; use Win32::OLE::Const 'Microsoft Excel'; my $Excel = CreateObject OLE "Excel.Application"; my $Book2 = $Excel->Workbooks->Add(); my $Book3 = $Excel->Workbooks->Open("xxx.xls"); my $Sheet3 = $Book3->Worksheets(1); $Sheet3->Select; $Sheet3->Move("Before" => $Book2->Worksheets(1)); $Book3->Close(0); $Book2->SaveAs({Filename =>"yyy.xls",FileFormat => xlOpenXMLWorkbookMa +croEnabled}); $Book2->Close(); $Excel -> Quit();

Error:- Unrecognized escape \D passed through at eight.pl line 9. Unrecognized escape \D passed through at eight.pl line 14. Can't call method "Worksheets" on an undefined value at eight.pl line 10.

I have downloaded the module Win32-OLE-0.1709.tar.gz , but I am not aware how to proceed it further..

In reply to Not able to attach and edit Excel file , which helps us to send an email automatically to the end users with attachment.. by kalyanbhave

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