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hm..i got a perl program that needs to be appended to the last row using excel how can i do this using win32::OLE? thanks
use Win32::OLE; # use existing instance if Excel is already running eval {$ex = Win32::OLE->GetActiveObject('Excel.Application')}; die "Excel not installed" if $@; unless (defined $ex) { $ex = Win32::OLE->new('Excel.Application', sub {$_[0]->Qui +t;}) or die "Oops, cannot start Excel"; } # get a new workbook $book = $ex->Workbooks->Add; $sheet = $book->Worksheets(1); # write a 2 rows by 3 columns range $y = 2; $x = 1; $sheet->Range("A$x:J$y")->{Value} = [['Date','Total (IN)','Suc +c (IN)','Pk (IN)/Hrs','Pk (OUT)/Hrs','Peak Hour','Total (OUT)','Succ +(OUT)','MO(IN)','MO(OUT)'], [$date, $total_in, $succ_in +,$pk_in,$pk_out,"$pk_hour - $pk_hour_dur hr",$total_out,$succ_out ]]; $sheet->Range("K1:L2")->{Value} = [['Pk Msg/sec','Max Pk Msg/sec'] +, [$max_pk_msg,$pk_msg]]; foreach(@parameters) { $sheet->Cells(2,9)->{Value} = [$parameter_in_array{$_}]; $sheet->Cells(2,10)->{Value} = [$parameter_out_array{$_}]; } # print "XyzzyPerl" $array = $sheet->Range("A2:I1")->{Value}; for (@$array) { for (@$_) { print defined($_) ? "$_|" : "<undef>|"; } print "\n"; } # save and exit $book->SaveAs ("C:\\Documents and Settings\\clong\\Desktop\\pe +rl\\$save_file_name.xls") ; undef $book; undef $ex;

In reply to Re: Using Win32::OLE and Excel - Tips and Tricks by poolboi
in thread Using Win32::OLE and Excel - Tips and Tricks by cacharbe

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