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  1. Hi. I'm using the FreeCommander XE file manager here, and i'v written a script, which will create an empty, new file, after choosing an extension out from the Listbox. The listview code is not mine, iv found the scripts somewhere on this forum. I have no credits in it, because it was intended to be only for my personal use. But now, i have a lot of free time, so i remembered that i haven't posted anything on this forum, yet, so here is my first script: It should be compiled with the Autoit v3.3.14.3 . The compiled exe needs a folder passed as a parameter, so th
  2. Hey guys. I've been searching, and reading the documentation, but I can't get this to work. I need to programmatically create a new Excel (xlsx) file in a directory. The examples I've seen online are using an excel workbook that already exists, and just renaming it or changing the file format. I'm sure it is really simple, but I can't get it to work. This is what I have: Local $oExcelTest = _Excel_Open() _Excel_BookNew($oExcelTest,5) Local $sWorkbook = @ScriptDir & "\testFile.xlsx" _Excel_BookSaveAs($oExcelTest, "
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