or Mac, consider trying OpenOffice.org (OOo). Unfortunately, their
some compatibility. Worse case, you write your macros to the OOo API,
and manipulate your Excel documents. i have managed to do a lot of
that with no problems on both Windows and Linux without using MS Office.
Post by Timothy
Specifically, I'm talking about generating Excel spreadsheets
programatically, not manually, with a data file and an external
program. I do that now on Windows with VB, but I've also used C# .NET
on Windows for opening Outlook, opening email, deleting email, etc.
for testing purposes, all under program control, so I know that C#
.NET would work to generate spreadsheets ... on Windows. So far, I've
not been successful getting my VB scripts (developed on Windows) to
run under CrossOver, which would be useful, too.
Currently, I've been experimenting with Jexelapi, but not all Excel
functionality is supported, including functionality I need. I've also
not have much luck with PyWin32 on CrossOver. So, bottom line, if
you're getting .NET working on CrossOver, there may be hope for
programmatic Excel spreadsheet generation.
Post by Jeremy White Post by Timothy
Will .NET under CrossOver support Office automation? --Tim
I'm not sure I know what you mean. Are you talking about running
VB .NET or C# applications from Office?
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