writing data into an excel file

i need to write some data through my VB code into an existing excel file at a particular cell location. how do i do this?
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rajaamirapuCommented:
Include excel 9 object library.
dim ex as excel.application
Set Ex = New Excel.Application  'intialize excel    
If Not fso.FileExists(txtSourceFolder.Text & "\" & "test.xls") Then
    Set wrkBook = Ex.Workbooks.Add
Else
    Set wrkBook = Ex.Workbooks.Open(txtSourceFolder.Text & "\" & "test.xls")
       
End If

Ex.DisplayAlerts = False
Set wrkSheet = wrkBook.Sheets(2)  'get the current sheet
   
wrkSheet.Name = "xxxx"
'title of the report
'your value here
wrkSheet.Range("C1").ColumnWidth = 20.14
wrkSheet.Range("C1").Value = "xxxx"
You can auto fit also
       
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RTKVSNLAuthor Commented:
thanks for the prompt answer. i forgot to mention in my question that at the end i also need to save the file and close it. i am increasing the points of the question so please let me know how to do that
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rajaamirapuCommented:
wrkBook.SaveAs  YourPath & "\" & filename.xls
wrkBook.Close
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