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gshaner
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Registered: ‎06-23-2003
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Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

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12-26-2002 06:12 AM
I am needing to import a spreadsheet into Autocad, and I am having troubles with it not showing the entire file. Can anyone help...
*Support, Autodesk
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Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

12-26-2002 07:43 AM in reply to: gshaner
gshaner wrote:
>
> I am needing to import a spreadsheet into Autocad, and I am having
> troubles with it not showing the entire file. Can anyone help...

--

Unfortunately Windows OLE does have limitations & you've run into one, &
there's nothing our applications can really do about it. In the
Knowledge Base at http://support.autodesk.com/enu/Homepage.asp, take a
look at the documents numbered TS32085 & TS21730 for further information
& a few suggestions for working around those limitations.

Jeff W. Heaton
Autodesk Product Support, Platform Technology Group
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*Dotson, Terry W.
Message 3 of 8 (89 Views)

Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

12-26-2002 12:00 PM in reply to: gshaner
gshaner wrote:

> I am needing to import a spreadsheet into Autocad, and I am having
> troubles with it not showing the entire file. Can anyone help...

Take a look at http://www.dotsoft.com/xl2cad.htm.

Terry
*Solomon, Semyon
Message 4 of 8 (89 Views)

Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

12-26-2002 12:40 PM in reply to: gshaner
Besides Spanner, which works very well, you can also do the following:
Select and copy the portion of the spreadsheet that you want to import into
AutoCAD. Go to your AutoCAD drawing, and under the Edit menu use Paste
Special. In the dialog box that come up, select the Paste button and
%PRODUCT Entities. That should do it. Good luck
Sem Solomon


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I am needing to import a spreadsheet into Autocad, and I am having troubles
with it not showing the entire file. Can anyone help...
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gshaner
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Registered: ‎06-23-2003
Message 5 of 8 (89 Views)

Re: Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

12-26-2002 10:47 PM in reply to: gshaner
Hey Terry I looked at the XL2CAD product, and it looks very helpful. Have you used it, and or still using it??? Do you encounter any problems with it??
*Dotson, Terry W.
Message 6 of 8 (89 Views)

Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

12-27-2002 02:30 AM in reply to: gshaner
gshaner wrote:

> Hey Terry I looked at the XL2CAD product, and it looks very helpful.
> Have you used it, and or still using it??? Do you encounter any
> problems with it??

Since I'm the developer my opinion would be biased. :-)

Why not try the demo {http://www.dotsoft.com/demo.htm}?

Terry
*White, Glenn
Message 7 of 8 (89 Views)

Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

12-27-2002 02:39 AM in reply to: gshaner
a friend of mine got it just a while back and is very pleased with it - you
can find some really good stuff at dotsoft
"Terry W. Dotson" wrote in message
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> gshaner wrote:
>
> > Hey Terry I looked at the XL2CAD product, and it looks very helpful.
> > Have you used it, and or still using it??? Do you encounter any
> > problems with it??
>
> Since I'm the developer my opinion would be biased. :-)
>
> Why not try the demo {http://www.dotsoft.com/demo.htm}?
>
> Terry
*Shea, Tim
Message 8 of 8 (89 Views)

Excel Spread Sheet into AutoCad

01-02-2003 10:32 AM in reply to: gshaner
I'm using XL2CAD and am very pleased. I have not
had any problems.

Tim


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