Ah, yes that’s the one. Works very well.
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> On 26 Nov 2017, at 16:31, Jim Pistrang <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Grant,
> I use an external provided by Doug E and the Artsman gang that is a wrapper for LibXL, a C++ library that can read and write Excel files. Doug was distributing his external for free and maybe still is. I purchased a license for LibXL, $200 for unlimited use.
> There may be better approaches now, but this has worked well for me for the past 4 years.
>> I need to be able to output an xlsx file from Studio.
>> I can produce a file, tab-delimited, and add the .xlsx name to it, and
>> it is openable by OpenOffice.
>> However, it is not really an .xlsx file, but a CSV (tab).
>> Is there some way to generate a REAL .xlsx file?
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