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_ExcelWriteCell() behaviour - Completed

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shornw

Hi all,

I have a script which writes to an Excel workbook, however I am finding an odd (not a showstopper, but as this is for someone else to use, I would like to get the cosmetics right aswell) outcome with regard to the cell formatting.

_ExcelWriteCell($wb, "Folder path", 1, 1)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, "Collection Date", 2, 1)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, "Collected by", 3, 1)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, $path, 1, 3)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, @MDAY & "/" & @MON & "/" & @YEAR & @CRLF, 2, 3)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, @UserName, 3, 3)

When this executes, the 'Collected by' is fine, but the date in cell 2C, despite the vertical text being set to bottom, wraps, then when the cell is expanded, sits in the centre of the cell. If I write the same data in manually, it writes on one line and auto adjusts the row, although I don't expect the same behaviour when written through AutoIT, the current result looks unprofessional

There is an option _ExcelHorizontalAlignSet() but nothing for vertical alignment. I have looked at <Excel.au3> as I thought I would add an extra function, but to be honest it's beyond me how it works, the horizontal settings being -4131, -4108 and -4152 (left, centre, right).

Any suggestions would be gratefully received. Thanks for looking

Edited by shornw

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shornw

Sorted. For some reason, the date string was adding WS.

$date = StringStripWS(@MDAY & "/" & @MON & "/" & @YEAR & @CRLF, 8)


_ExcelWriteCell($wb, "Folder path", 1, 1)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, "Collection Date", 2, 1)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, "Collected by", 3, 1)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, $path, 1, 3)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, $date, 2, 3)
_ExcelWriteCell($wb, @UserName, 3, 3)

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