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M008 Posted - 06/29/2012 : 04:13:03 AM
Hello everybody,

Can you help me please with importing excel file into an active worksheet using filters.
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Penn Posted - 07/02/2012 : 03:28:04 AM
Hi,

It seems that no filter will be used when importing excel file. However, there is an X-Function, impExcel, which can be used to import an excel file. You can save the import settings as a theme file by using this X-Function. And then use this theme for importing your excel file in Origin C by calling this X-Function, such as:

LT_execute("impExcel fname:=D:\test.xls -t myImportExcel;");  // myImportExcel is the theme file name

You can try to see whether it can help.

Penn

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