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Save StringGrid content to .xls (excel file) ??

Are there any function/ easy way to save the content in the StringGrid to excel file... I really mean easy way
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mrbird
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jcondeCommented:
Mrbird, theres a String / Image Grid Component called ADVStringGrid which is freeware (no src included)  This component, besides being the best string grid i've seen, has a method called SavetoExcel('Filename.xls')

Even though you're not using it, I suggest you take a look at it since it's very good, It has all the features you will need (In place editor, graphics, sorting, loading from files, saving to files, etc...) and it will definiteley help you in the future.

Regards,

Jorge
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jcondeCommented:
Mrbird, theres a String / Image Grid Component called ADVStringGrid which is freeware (no src included)  This component, besides being the best string grid i've seen, has a method called SavetoExcel('Filename.xls')

Even though you're not using it, I suggest you take a look at it since it's very good, It has all the features you will need (In place editor, graphics, sorting, loading from files, saving to files, etc...) and it will definiteley help you in the future.

Regards,

Jorge
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mrbirdAuthor Commented:
Thank you Jorge
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slautinCommented:
Very easy way...
1.Via file: convert your any grid or list values into CSV
file. Can use same characters for separate fields ';'-for example and NL for string. Don't forget to delete or replace #13 and #10 symbols with blank in memo-fields.
2. Via clipboard : use tab symbol for field separator and NL - for string separator. In Exel - 'Paste' menu item.

I did it more then once.
Mail me : slautin@yahoo.com
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slautinCommented:
Very easy way...
1.Via file: convert your any grid or list values into CSV
file. Can use same characters for separate fields ';'-for example and NL for string. Don't forget to delete or replace #13 and #10 symbols with blank in memo-fields.
2. Via clipboard : use tab symbol for field separator and NL - for string separator. In Exel - 'Paste' menu item.

I did it more then once.
Mail me : slautin@yahoo.com
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