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Old May 27th, 2008, 06:06 AM
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Question Classic ASP and Excel Templates help

Hi All,
I am wondering if someone could please point me in the right direction. I am a web developer writing a classic asp website that uses an excel document.

The way it works is that I have pre-filled out excel document sitting on the server that I would like to use as a template excel file.

What is to happen is that a visitor fills out a web form on the website and then the information from the web form is passed to the excel document and the blank spaces are filled in and the excel file is saved on the server.

I can create a blank basic excel document through asp no problems however I am not sure how to open an existing excel file, amend data to it and re save it again.

Also how do i access various cols & rows of the excel file through asp code. this will help me place the form data exactely where the data needs to go in the excel document.

Any help on this issue wold be greatly appreciated.
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