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    Well, I'm beginner in programming with PC-Dmis, and I don't know how pass my Dims to a excel file.

    I tried with a utility from Willcox-assoc "AllExcl.zip", but this is for PC-Dmis before 3.2, and I have v3.7 MR 2. So what can I do?

  • #2
    Open your excel file (a copy of it) go to tools/macro/visual basic editor
    Then when that comes up go to tools/referances uncheck the box with 3.2 object library and scroll down till you find the the box for 3.7 click it and close everything and save. should be good to go.
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    • #3
      There is a file called pcdmistoexcel that is better I think and is for 3.5

      This script currently works with version 3.5. To get it to work with a different version, follow these instructions:
      1. Open Excel.
      2. Select Tools | Macros | Visual Basic Editor. The Editor opens.
      3. Select Tools | References. The References dialog box appears.
      4. Deselect the PC-Dmis 3.5 Object Library check box.
      5. Select some other PC-Dmis Object library that you have installed on your system.
      6. Click OK.
      7. Select File | Close and Return to Microsoft Excel. PC-DMIS will now use that object library to load constants and function definitions
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      • #4
        Where I can found this file? Because I've searching in Wilcox web, and I didn't get it.

        Thanks for your quick answer.

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        • #5
          http://www.wilcoxassoc.com/perl/secu...excel_auto.zip
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          • #6
            I can`t get it, because I need to be user and a password. It's only access for members.

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            • #7
              It's easy to join and there may be other scripts you could use.. or if I had your email I could send it to you
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              • #8
                Thanks for all, my e-mail is:
                [email protected]

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                • #9
                  [ATTACH]1059[/ATTACH]

                  Forgot I could attach here
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