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Thanks for your post. Although I'm now able to format the color-context of the Chart, I'm facing a new problem now.

I have a worksheet that has data dynamically entered to it, in the form of tables (2 columns and 'n' rows). 25 - 35 such tables are possible in a single sheet.

A part of my code:
$column=1; foreach my $dept (sort keys %every_dept) { $row=1; $Sheet->Cells($row++,$column)->{Value} = $dept; foreach (@{$every_dept{$dept}}) { $Sheet->Cells($row,$column)->{Value} = $_; $Sheet->Cells($row,$column+1)->{Value} = <some-val>; + $row++; #my $range = 'b'.$y; #$Sheet->Range($range)->Interior->{ColorIndex} =$y; #$Sheet->Range($range)->{Value} = $y; } $column+=2; }
How do I draw separate charts for each table? I tried various loops, but I get charts which are totally irrelevant to the data.

Any ideas/solutions?


In reply to Re^2: Win32::OLE::Const 'Microsoft Excel' by rupesh
in thread Win32::OLE::Const 'Microsoft Excel' by rupesh

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