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Opening spreadsheet from AxSpreadsheet component

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How do you open a spreasheet inside the AxMicrosoft.Office.Interop.Owc11.AxSpreasheet component?
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As far as I know it has to be a spreadsheet saved as an xml file. Then to open you just enter:

 Ax1.XMLURL = "C:\MySpreadsheet.xml"


To Save

Ax1.Export(ExportPath, Microsoft.Office.Interop.Owc11.SheetExportActionEnum.ssExportActionNone, Microsoft.Office.Interop.Owc11.SheetExportFormat.ssExportXMLSpreadsheet)


ExportPath = say C:\MySpreadsheet.xml      
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