12 Comments

  1. Sergio
    Posted August 6, 2010 at 12:19 | Permalink

    Dear Stefan,

    I write in english ’cause Ich spreche wenig Deutsch.
    That’s fine, but what’s about the need to have something more ?
    I mean is there any macro example or reference to create your own excel from a trigger ?

    Common is the formatted reporting created in excel.
    So it’s easy to extract a table selection to Excel
    (eg :

    dim o
    Set o = ActiveDocument.GetSheetObject(objectId)
    o.ExportBiff filePath

    )

    But what about the possibility to extract several tables and formatting it as u want in excel ?

    Have u never faced with this kind of request ?
    Regards
    Sergio

  2. Dinesh Sharma
    Posted February 8, 2011 at 20:02 | Permalink

    thanks much for sharing :)

  3. gerhard
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 09:52 | Permalink

    Da sieht man wieder mal, wie sehr scheinbare Kleinigkeiten das Leben erleichtern können! Genau diese Funktionalität stand schon lange auf der Wunschliste unserer User!
    Danke und lg :-)

  4. sneha
    Posted July 12, 2012 at 08:50 | Permalink

    its not working on monthand year list boxes may i know the solution for that?

    • Posted July 26, 2012 at 16:22 | Permalink

      Hi Stefan,

      there is an other solution directly in macro

      	set userProp = ActiveDocument.GetApplication.GetUserPreferences
      	userProp.SelectionStampInBIFFExport = true
      	ActiveDocument.GetApplication.SetUserPreferences userProp
      

      Regards
      Luca Jonathan Panetta

      • Posted August 21, 2012 at 10:15 | Permalink

        Thanks for sharing!

        Sure you can also use this macro, but this requires that the user uses QlikView Desktop or IE-Plugin and execution of this macro is necessary all the time.
        My above mentioned solution will force this setting due to a global setting on the current machine …

        So just decide which solution better fits your needs …

        Regards
        Stefan

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