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Hello,
I want to extract some data from an .XLS (tab separated file) Excel file. I was wondering what the simplest way to do this is. I want to be able to get the text from a specified location in a spreadsheet (such as [row 35, column E]) and then write it to a different location in another spreadsheet (such as [row 2, column B]). This is pretty useful functionality so I was hoping that someone had already made a simple implementation.

Thanks!

Platform: Win32
Tools: MSVC++6
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Search the MSDN for word "Q186122", or visit
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;en-us;q186122
you will find very interesting things.
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