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krishpun

Can you please let me know

1)how to count the number of rows having data in a column in a excel file?

2)how to insert formula for substraction dynamically in a excel sheet?

regards,

Krishna

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hannes08

Hi Krishna,

please have a look at the help file in the sections: _ExcelReadArray and _ExcelWrite.

if you read a range / column to an array, you can easily check which ones are empty.

:)


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water

2)how to insert formula for substraction dynamically in a excel sheet?

To insert formulas please use function _ExcelWriteFormula of the Excel UDF built into AutoIt. Edited by water

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dmob

Hi Krishna,

please have a look at the help file in the sections: _ExcelReadArray and _ExcelWrite.

if you read a range / column to an array, you can easily check which ones are empty.

:)

Or you could use the ExcelUsedRangeGet function in the Excel_COM UDF.

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