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Linked Excel Spreadsheets

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12-23-2002 05:54 AM
Is anyone aware of a trick for doing an Edit/Paste Special/ Linked Excel spreadsheet that gets around the known 105 character width limitation? We are needing to be able to paste/link in excel spreadsheets without having to do so in pieces. Does anyone have a secret?
THANK YOU for your time!
*Support, Autodesk
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Re: Linked Excel Spreadsheets

12-23-2002 11:51 PM in reply to: hharting-rex
I am not aware of any workarounds within CAD for bringing in large
spreadsheets.
Search for 3rd Party programs which allow you to bring in the full
spreadsheet.
Searching through previous posts is a good place to start.

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Teresa Rosendahl
Autodesk Product Support, Platform Technology Group


hharting-rex wrote:

> Is anyone aware of a trick for doing an Edit/Paste Special/ Linked
> Excel spreadsheet that gets around the known 105 character width
> limitation? We are needing to be able to paste/link in excel
> spreadsheets without having to do so in pieces. Does anyone have a
> secret?
> THANK YOU for your time!
*Lincoln, Tracy W.
Message 3 of 4 (48 Views)

Re: Linked Excel Spreadsheets

12-23-2002 11:53 PM in reply to: hharting-rex
Try searching through (reading previous posts) in the Connectivity
discussion group.

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http://discussion.autodesk.com/WebX?14@@.ee77efd

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hharting-rex wrote:

> Is anyone aware of a trick for doing an Edit/Paste Special/ Linked
> Excel spreadsheet that gets around the known 105 character width
> limitation? We are needing to be able to paste/link in excel
> spreadsheets without having to do so in pieces. Does anyone have a
> secret?
> THANK YOU for your time!
*Dotson, Terry W.
Message 4 of 4 (48 Views)

Re: Linked Excel Spreadsheets

12-24-2002 11:37 PM in reply to: hharting-rex
hharting-rex wrote:

> Is anyone aware of a trick for doing an Edit/Paste Special/ Linked
> Excel spreadsheet that gets around the known 105 character width
> limitation? We are needing to be able to paste/link in excel
> spreadsheets without having to do so in pieces.

http://www.dotsoft.com/xl2cad.htm

Terry

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