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Thread: Working with MS Excel

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    Default Working with MS Excel

    I have written a vbscript which extracts a excel attachment from an e-mail then converts it to the standard spreadsheetml format using this simple code= vbscript: objwb.ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Value(xlRangeValueXMLS preadsheet). Now I have a need to port this over to java. But have not seen anyway to do this. Is there a way to get this?

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    Default Re: Working with MS Excel

    Look at the Apache site. It has classes for working with spreadsheets, etc
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