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Hi czechtraveller,

  • First of, I think you have to re-format your post, see How do I post a question effectively?
  • Check through your code, and reformatting. I have this:
    use warnings; use strict; use Excel::Writer::XLSX; my $xlsfile = 'Excel in 2007.xlsx'; my $workbook = Excel::Writer::XLSX->new($xlsfile); # Add a worksheet my $worksheet = $workbook->add_worksheet('Inputs'); my %font_basic; # add your format parameters my $format1 = $workbook->add_format(%font_basic); my $worksheet2 = $workbook->add_worksheet('Results'); $workbook->close();
    Which work fine for me, with no error message.
    I think you need check again for where a method like this _quote_sheetname is been used on Excel::Writer::XLSX::Worksheet in your script
  • You can as well check Excel::Writer::XLSX::Examples for Excel::Writer::XLSX usage.
  • Update:
    "..The problem was in the autofilter() function...what to do to make the xlsx support autofilter method.."
    Why is that? I don't think you have to write your own autofilter method. Autofilter is supported in that module.
    Check this: Example: Autofilter
    Except, you have something else in mind.

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In reply to Re: xlsx _quote_sheetname by 2teez
in thread xlsx _quote_sheetname by czechtraveller

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