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#!perl use strict; use Win32::OLE 'in'; use Win32::OLE::Const 'Microsoft Excel'; $Win32::OLE::Warn = 3; my $Excel = Win32::OLE->new('Excel.Application','Quit') or die "Cannot open Excel"; my $Book = $Excel->workbooks->Open( 'c:/foo.xlsx') or die "Cannot open Spreadsheet"; for my $Sheet ( in $Book->Worksheets ) { my $first = $Sheet->Cells->Find({What=>"cabbage"}); if ($first->{value}){ printf "%s %-20s %s\n",$Sheet->{name},$first->{address},$first->{v +alue}; my $last = $first; while (my $next = $Sheet->Cells->FindNext($last)){ last if $next->{address} eq $first->{address}; printf "%s %-20s %s\n",$Sheet->{name},$next->{address},$next->{v +alue}; $last = $next; }; } }

In reply to Re^7: Can't Find my way in Excel by poj
in thread Can't Find my way in Excel by ExReg

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