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5 minutes ago, prasadstudy said:

 

I am getting the following error "Variable must be of type object" while running the below small program

 

#include <Excel.au3>
Global $WorkbookPath="File path"
Global $OpenExcel=_Excel_Open()
Global $OpenWorkBook=_Excel_BookOpen($OpenExcel,$WorkbookPath)
Global $xlup = -4162
Global $iRow = $OpenWorkBook.ActiveSheet.Range("B65536").End($xlup).Row

Global $var[$iRow]
Global $i=0
Global $r=2

For $i=($iRow-$iRow)+1 To $iRow-1
$var[$i]=_Excel_RangeRead($OpenWorkBook,1,"B"&$r)
Send($var[$i])
$r=$r+1
Next

I did lot of googling to fix the issue but so far no success. Also this small script was working fine in the past but stopped from yesterday.

Any assistance to fix this issue would be greatly appreciated.

 

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water

You need to add some error checking to your script. Does any of the _Excel* functions set @error or @extended?


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prasadstudy

Hi Water,

I have not added any error checking in _Excel* functions.

Thanks!

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20 minutes ago, prasadstudy said:

Hi Water,

I have not added any error checking in _Excel* functions.

Thanks!

20 minutes ago, prasadstudy said:

Hi Water,

I have not added any error checking in _Excel* functions.

Thanks!

20 minutes ago, prasadstudy said:

Hi Water,

I have not added any error checking in _Excel* functions.

Thanks!

20 minutes ago, prasadstudy said:

Hi Water,

I have not added any error checking in _Excel* functions. 

20 minutes ago, prasadstudy said:

Hi Water,

I have not added any error checking in _Excel* functions.

Thanks!

This works fine after making correction in excel file path. Thanks!!!!

 

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