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Working MS Excel through Win32 API with C.

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Working MS Excel through Win32 API with C.

How to Connect, insert, retrive, lock cell, change color etc.
Working with sheets (i.e Insert sheet, delete, move, rename sheet)
Define and create names (Insert->name->define).

Win32 API Functions implementation by C language.

Help and Suggestions with Examples Warm welcome.

Vasu.
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Excel  Automation is impossible in C, because COM is object-oriented technology. You can do this using C++.

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