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Creating a excel workbook in memory

Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hi,

Does anyone know how to create a workbook in memory for VBA?  Basically, I want populate a feed of data onto an excel workbook.  

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Shelly
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can you just use automation?
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dim xlwb as workbook
dim xlwsh as worksheet

set xlwsh =application.workbooks.add
set xlwsh=xlwb.worksheets.add

'then populate data into xlwsh
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Hi Shelly,

Had a mistake in my previous comment,

it should be :

set xlwb=application.workbooks.add

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