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How to use Server VCL to access Excel file and modify

Posted on 2003-11-12
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Hi,
I try to access existing Excel file and modify data with VCL. I read alreday Chapter 17 of Delphi 4 Undeleashed by Charlie Calverts. I like to know more about useing VCL to access Excel file, modify in the specific cell and save back.Anyone can tell me where to get Examples or give me examples directly.

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