Am 06.04.2015 um 18:13 schrieb Piet van Oostrum:
Andreas Säger wrote:
> Am 05.04.2015 um 21:04 schrieb Andreas Säger:
> > If you study how to use any UNO interface then you know how to use
> > XSheetPastable as well.
> XSheetPastable is marked as depricated and I can not find any object
> supporting this interface.
XSheetPastable is nowhere implemented. So not only is it deprecated, it is also useless. It would
be better if it were removed.
Well, it should be implemented because we have no equivalent. It is easy
enough to copy within the same document using interface
XCellRangeMovement. However, if you want to copy between documents or if
you want to paste arbitrary clipboard content, you need to use the
respective dispatch command, transfer data arrays, formula arrays or
create a sheet link and then release the sheet link.
If macros are your "natural" way to handle spreadsheets, if xls(x) is
your file format and .NET/C# is your preferred environment, then you
should definitively stick with MS Excel and nothing but MS Excel.
If you would tell us what exactly you are going to copy from where, I
may know a fairly workable method.
This mailing list is very poor when it comes to more advanced questions.
You get better support on
Hope this helps,
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