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  1. Hi, I am looking for the possibility to extract a xls (not xlsx)-Excelfile to a csv . My problem: I do NOT have any Appliaction from MS-OFFICE. All searchings (since 3 days now) allways wants me to install ms-office or excel. I CAN'T DO THIS !!! Any help?! Ths'x alot
  2. Hi, I am looking for help on reading a CSV file, specifically I need to read one column of data under the heading Personnel Number. I thought about using the Excel.au3 set of UDF's but the script would run on a server and I wont have exel installed on it. There will be new numbers added to this column daily, my goal is to search only this column for new additions and then be able to call each new number against a variable. eg, 2 new numbers found. $var1 $var2 These numbers represent a personal ID that exists in active directory, the account would then have xyz performed on it. poll
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