Another PythonWin Excel question
itsme at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 7 02:58:51 CET 2005
Others pointed that out as well.
The difficulty is that they are all in VBAs. Most of them can be
translated to Python fairly easily, and some I can get from looking at the
recorded macro - but some requires quite a bit of head scratching.
For instance, I wanted to figure out how create a new window. So, I went
through the record macro process and looked at the VBA code, it says:
Okay. Now what???
And for switching window, it says:
So, I look through the online information on msdn and viola! No mentioning
of that anwhere....
Would be nice if there's a Python specific of it....but just dreaming...
Back to reading MSDN.....
"Mike Thompson" <none.by.e-mail> wrote in message
news:41ddb59e$0$8338$afc38c87 at news.optusnet.com.au...
> It's me wrote:
> > I followed the example in
> > http://stompstompstomp.com/weblog/technical/2004-05-20 and learned that
> > add a new worksheet to an Excel workbook, you would use the
> > workbook.Worksheets.Add() method. That works. However, the new
> > got added *in front* of the last worksheet I was at. How can I get it
> > add *after*?
> > Thanks,
> > --
> > Me
> Does this help?
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