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Extensive library to control and manipulate Microsoft Excel charts.
Written by GreenCan and water.
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KNOWN BUGS (last changed: 2017-07-21)
None. The COM error handling related bugs have been fixed.
For my work, i need to produce automatically chart that i will include in my morning email.
First I tried the graph function of powershell with Microsoft Chart Controls , very nice looking, with help of this script : https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Drawing-charts-with-6ab5de4e#content
BUT is useless as i can't sort data in graph ( object array is ***** in powershell, order is random )
So trying back with autoit.
After lot of forum research :
RMChart : not working Another script not working, or working but only in autoit GUI ( or can't find the good topic ) Chart.udf : nice but not in GDI so can't produce image ImageMagick : possible but very hard to code the entire line can't use excel, because can't install it on the production server.
In a perfect world i would produce this :
But simplest will be fine too :
Do you know an another solution, any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi, I tried to use GraphGDIPlus UDF, it works perfectly for newbee like me, but I want to send mails with graphics to my customers and when I look at the JPG output file (creating with _GraphGDIPlus_SaveImage function) there is no axis values. The reason is because these values are not written to graph area. Had someone tried to solve this problem earlier? I tried to modify _GraphGDIPlus_Set_RangeX function but it's over my possibilites. I've found GraphGDIPlus convenient because of its saveImage function, maybe there is another UDF with same functionality? BR.