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CA-Realizer OLE help

CA-Realizer OLE help

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I need to transfer an array from CAR to Excel. I've been trying the OLE commands. Creating the object and worksheet succeed, but for some reason I can't get the Range and/or Cells method/property to work. This works:

CODE

    Set oXL = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
    Set oWB = oXL.Workbooks.Add  
    Set oWS = oWB.ActiveSheet     
    oWS.Name = "CAR Data"  
But from here I can only change the value of the active cell to the row 1 column 1 array value. I can't seem to move the active cell, or define a range, or resize the active cell. Any ideas? The attempts below all fail (CAR reports that Resize, Range, and Offset are not valid members):

CODE

oWS.ActiveCell.Resize(100,2).Value = 5
oWS.Range("A1","B100").Value =aTemp
oWS.ActiveCell.OffSet(1,1).Value = 5
One other question. Anyone used OLE successfully to show a CAR chart in a word document?

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