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C# ODBC connection to Excel spreadsheets

Posted on 2013-05-27
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Hello,
can someone give me examples of how to,  via ODBC , I can  Create , modify & read an excel spread sheet ? The spread sheet name of location will vary

regards
Pat
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Much appreciated - thanks
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