Newbie - Exporting Excel Spreadsheet

StationSteve Steven.Suchting at
Thu Dec 6 15:13:16 CET 2001

You might want to go to your local bookstore and find a copy of "Python -
Programming on Win32", by Mark Hammond & Andy Robinson, published by
O'Reilly (Crocodile on the cover). Chapter 9 talks about Excel, and I
found it *VERY* useful in some work I did in controlling Excel from a
Python program.

James Fugard wrote:

> TIA for any help that I may get. I have a small project that I'm
> trying to do in Python...and I'm a hack at best! Here is what I'm
> trying to do. Call and capture a row in an Excel spreadsheet and then
> use manipulate the data in the cell of the various columns.
> Here is what I've been able to get some far:
> # Call all used modules
> import os,win32api,glob,odbc,dbi,time
> # Make the database connection using the system DNS
> MyConnection = odbc.odbc('Client_Data_Log')
> MyCursor = MyConnection.cursor()
> MyCursor.execute('SELECT * FROM "Client Data Log$"') # the sheet name
> print MyCursor.fetchall()
> This will give me everything + a bunch of dbi time stuff. If someone
> could tell me where to find info on calling a particular cell or a
> piece of sample code to follow(like G12 for example) that would be
> great. Thanks again. James

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