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You might be able to just use the Ungroup function I referred to. For example, get the address of the cell you want, and do $ws->Range("A1")->Ungroup();

Note that the range is a normal Perl string, so you can easily iterate over a number of cells:

# Pardon the C-ish loop, it's late. for (my $row = 1; $row <= 10; $row++) { $ws->Range("A$row")->Ungroup(); } # or an alternate if you have an area: # (cell addresses off the top of my head) $ws->Range("A1:D46")->Ungroup();

Note that I haven't had to use this function myself, so I'm not 100% positive it's the function you need. But you should be able to do some quick tests -- and look at the help for the function to see what can unmerge cells.

In reply to Re^3: ungrouping the Textboxes in excell sheets. by Nkuvu
in thread ungrouping the Textboxes in excell sheets. by scratchHead

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