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Excel OLE properties

Excel OLE properties

Excel OLE properties

(OP)
Having to program VFP data output into Excel worksheets with graphs, I need to know where to find a listing of all the property commands that are needed for OLE connection from VFP to EXCEL.

RE: Excel OLE properties

Dakotafox, (is that N or S?) if you are using Office 2K look for a file:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\1033\VBAXL9.CHM"

or, if you are using a previous version of Office, probably VBAXL8.*

This is the comprehensive help file for the Excel COM model that includes everything - except the pre-defines, which are available elsewhere.

Robert Bradley

FoxDev - Visual FoxPro Development

RE: Excel OLE properties

(OP)
Thank you for the information. What program is used to open the chm type file?

PS...its N

Thanks again

RE: Excel OLE properties

CHM is the new Windows Help File format.  If you have Win98 or later, and/or IE5 or later, you should be able to just double-click it.


N, huh?  I spent three years in Pierre one week, but never made it further north.

Robert Bradley

FoxDev - Visual FoxPro Development

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