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Automating Excel From RhinoScript

Developer: RhinoScript
Summary: Illustrates RhinoScript code that launches and automates Microsoft Excel

Example

The following example RhinoScript code demonstrates how to launch Microsoft Excel and populate a worksheet with data.

 Sub TextExcel()
 
   ' Launch Excel
   Dim app
   Set app = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
 
   ' Make it visible
   app.Visible = True
 
   ' Add a new workbook
   Dim wb
   Set wb = app.workbooks.add
 
   ' Fill array of values first...
   Dim arr(19,9) ' Note: VBScript is zero-based
   For i = 1 To 20
     For j = 1 To 10
       arr(i-1,j-1) = i*j
     Next
   Next
 
   ' Declare a range object to hold our data
   Dim rng
   Set rng = wb.Activesheet.Range("A1").Resize(20,10)
 
   ' Now assign them all in one shot...
   rng.value = arr
 
   ' Add a new chart based on the data
   wb.Charts.Add
   wb.ActiveChart.ChartType = 70 'xl3dPieExploded
   wb.ActiveChart.SetSourceData rng, 2 ' xlColumns
   wb.ActiveChart.Location 2, "Sheet1" 'xlLocationAsObject

   ' Rotate it around...
   For i = 1 To 360 Step 30
     wb.activechart.rotation = i
   Next
 
   ' Give the user control of Excel
   app.UserControl = True
 
 End Sub


developer/scriptsamples/excel.txt ยท Last modified: 2015/12/04 by sandy