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SetOptions!ExcelOutput,opts, &"
sets the defaults.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
expr$Expand!1x-y2^5#
Out[2]=
x
5
-5x
4
y-10x
3
y
2
-10x
2
y
3
-5xy
4
-y
5
In[3]:=
Excel!"B8"# $ OutputForm!expr#
In[4]:=
Options!ExcelOutput#
Out[4]=
!ImageSize*Automatic, ImageMargins*Automatic,
ImageFormat*Automatic, ImageResolution*Automatic,TextStyle*Automatic"
In[5]:=
Excel!"B8"# $ ExcelOutput!expr, ImageMargins*/10, TextStyle*/%FontSize*/16&#
In[6]:=
Excel!"B8"#$.
ExcelPosition
ExcelPosition!range"
returns the position of the top/left cell of range as a #row,col$ index pair.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelPosition!"C10"#
Out[2]=
!10,3"
In[3]:=
ExcelPosition!"A1:C10"#
Out[3]=
!1, 1"
ExcelRange
ExcelRange!id"
represents a range identified by id in the active context. 
ExcelRange!sheet,id"
represents a range in the specified sheet
ExcelRange!book,sheetid"
represents a range in the specified book.
Details
The 
id
can be one of the following:
Selection
the currently selected range
All
all cells in the sheet
"Data3Range"
a defined range name
ExcelLink
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"A1:C10"
an A1/style address
#1, 1$
'rowcol$
index pair
##1, 1$,#10, 3$$
a list of two index pairs 
'topleft$,'bottom,right$
defining a rectangular range
See 
ExcelSheet
for a listing of valid 
id
values for 
sheet
.
See 
ExcelBook
for a listing of valid 
id
values for 
book
.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelSelect!ExcelRange!"A1:C5"##
In[3]:=
ExcelAddress!ExcelRange!Selection##
Out[3]=
A1:C5
In[4]:=
ExcelAddress!ExcelRange!%1, 1&##
Out[4]=
A1
In[5]:=
ExcelAddress!ExcelRange!%%1,1&,%5,3&&##
Out[5]=
A1:C5
In[6]:=
ExcelSize!ExcelRange!All##
Out[6]=
!65536,256"
ExcelRanges
ExcelRanges!"
gives a list of named ranges in the active sheet. 
ExcelRanges!sheet"
gives a list for the specified sheet
ExcelRanges!book"
gives a list of all named ranges in book.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
s$ToFileName!%ExcelDirectory!"Link"#, "Examples"&, "Stocks.xls"#
Out[2]=
C:\Documents and Settings\Anton\Application n Data\Mathematica\Applications\ExcelLink\Examples\Stocks.xls
In[3]:=
book$ExcelOpen!s#
Out[3]=
#Book: Stocks.xls#
In[4]:=
ExcelRanges!#
Out[4]=
!#Range: Stock)History#"
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In[5]:=
ranges$ExcelRanges!book#
Out[5]=
!#Range: Stock)History#, , #Range: : Stock)History#, , #Range: : Stock)History#,
#Range: Stock)History#,#Range: : Stock)History#, , #Range: : Stock)History#,
#Range: Stock)History#,#Range: : Stock)History#, , #Range: : Stock)History#,#Range: : Stock)History#"
In[6]:=
ExcelContext ,0 ranges
Out[6]=
!!Stocks.xls,AAPL", !Stocks.xls, ADP", !Stocks.xls, AIG", !Stocks.xls, BLDP",!Stocks.xls, CSCO",
!Stocks.xls, IBM", !Stocks.xls, JNJ", !Stocks.xls, MSFT",!Stocks.xls, SYY",!Stocks.xls,WMT""
In[7]:=
ExcelClose!book#
ExcelRead
ExcelRead!range"
reads data from the specified range in Excel.
ExcelRead!sheet"
reads all data contained in the specified sheet. 
ExcelRead!shape"
reads the contents of the specified shape.
Details
If 
range
includes trailing empty cells, they are ignored.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelWrite!"A1:C3",IdentityMatrix!3##
In[3]:=
ExcelRead!"A1:C3"#
Out[3]=
!!1., 0.,0.", !0., 1., 0.", !0., 0., 1.""
In[4]:=
ExcelRead!"A:C"#
Out[4]=
!!1., 0.,0.", !0., 1., 0.", !0., 0., 1.""
In[5]:=
ExcelRead!"Sheet1"#
Out[5]=
!!1., 0.,0.", !0., 1., 0.", !0., 0., 1.""
In[6]:=
ExcelClear!"A1:C3"#
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ExcelRefresh
ExcelRefresh!"
refreshes all external data queries and pivot tables in the active book. 
ExcelRefresh!book"
refreshes the specified book.
Details
External data sources can include text files, web pages, or databases.
To set up an external data query in Excel, use the Data " Import External Data commands.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
s$ToFileName!%ExcelDirectory!"Link"#, "Examples"&, "Stocks.xls"#
Out[2]=
C:\Documents and Settings\Anton\Application n Data\Mathematica\Applications\ExcelLink\Examples\Stocks.xls
In[3]:=
ExcelOpen!s#
Out[3]=
#Book: Stocks.xls#
In[4]:=
ExcelRefresh!#
In[5]:=
data $ ExcelRead ,0 ExcelSheets!#;
In[6]:=
ExcelClose!s#
ExcelRename
ExcelRename!sheetname"
renames the specified sheet. 
ExcelRename!shapename"
renames the specified shape.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
sheets$ExcelSheets!#
Out[2]=
!#Sheet: Sheet1#,#Sheet: Sheet2#, , #Sheet: : Sheet3#"
In[3]:=
ExcelRename!"Sheet1","Summary"#
Out[3]=
#Sheet: Summary#
In[4]:=
sheets$ExcelSheets!#
Out[4]=
!#Sheet: Summary#, , #Sheet: : Sheet2#,#Sheet: Sheet3#"
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In[5]:=
ExcelRename!"Summary", "Sheet1"#
Out[5]=
#Sheet: Sheet1#
In[6]:=
sheets$ExcelSheets!#
Out[6]=
!#Sheet: Sheet1#,#Sheet: Sheet2#, , #Sheet: : Sheet3#"
ExcelResize
ExcelResize!range, #rows,cols$"
resizes range to the specified number of rows and columns.
ExcelResize!range, All"
resizes range to include all contiguous data.
Details
'
None
specifies that 
range
should not be resized in that dimension.
'
All
specifies that 
range
should be extended to include all contiguous data in that dimension.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelResize!"A1",%10, None&#
Out[2]=
#Range: A1:A10#
In[3]:=
ExcelResize!"A1",%10, 10&#
Out[3]=
#Range: A1:J10#
In[4]:=
data$Table!Random!#, %10&, %3&#;
In[5]:=
ExcelWrite!"A1:C10", data#
In[6]:=
ExcelResize!"A1", All#
Out[6]=
#Range: A1:C10#
In[7]:=
ExcelResize!"A1",%All,None&#
Out[7]=
#Range: A1:A10#
In[8]:=
ExcelClear!"A1:C10"#
ExcelLink
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ExcelResult
ExcelResult
is an internal function used to return lengthy results to Excel.
Details
'
Options!ExcelResult"
gives a list of options that affect how results are returned.
'
SetOptions!ExcelResult,opts, &"
can be used to specify these options.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
Options!ExcelResult#
Out[2]=
!MaxCharacters*255,NumberMarks*False"
In[3]:=
expr$Expand!1x-.82^9#
Out[3]=
0.134218-1.50995x-7.54975x
2
-22.0201x
3
-41.2877x
4
-51.6096x
5
-43.008x
6
-23.04x
7
-7.2x
8
-x
9
In[4]:=
StringLength!ToString!InputForm!expr###
Out[4]=
205
In[5]:=
ExcelForm!expr#
Out[5]=
0.134218 - - 1.509950x x - - 7.549750x^2 2 - - 22.02010x^3
- 41.28770x^4 - - 51.60960x^5 5 - - 43.0080x^6 - - 23.040x^7 - - 7.20x^8 - - x^9
In[6]:=
SetOptions!ExcelResult, MaxCharacters+100#
Out[6]=
!MaxCharacters*100,NumberMarks*False"
In[7]:=
ExcelForm!expr#
Out[7]=
ExcelResult$1%
In[8]:=
SetOptions!ExcelResult, MaxCharacters+255#
Out[8]=
!MaxCharacters*255,NumberMarks*False"
In[9]:=
SetOptions!ExcelResult, NumberMarks+True#
Out[9]=
!MaxCharacters*255,NumberMarks*True"
In[10]:=
ExcelForm!expr#
Out[10]=
0.13421772800000006` - - 1.5099494400000009`0x - - 7.549747200000004`0x^2
- 22.02009600000001`0x^3 3 - - 41.287680000000016`0x^4 4 - - 51.609600000000015`0x^5
- 43.00800000000001`0x^6 6 - - 23.040000000000006`0x^7 7 - - 7.2`0x^8 8 - - x^9
In[11]:=
SetOptions!ExcelResult, NumberMarks+False#
Out[11]=
!MaxCharacters*255,NumberMarks*False"
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ExcelRun
ExcelRun!macro"
runs the specified VBA macro in Excel. 
ExcelRun!macroarg
1
,arg
2
, &"
runs the macro with the specified arguments.
Examples
If the ExcelLink add-in is currently loaded in Excel, this displays the Mathematica Clipboard window.
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelRun!"MathematicaClipboard"#
ExcelSave
ExcelSave!"
saves changes to the active workbook. 
ExcelSave!book"
saves changes to the specified book. 
ExcelSave!bookbook.xls"
saves changes as book.xls.
Details
If 
book
has never been saved, a file name must be specified.
File name book.xls must be specified using a full path.
Newer Excel file formats such as .xlsx, .xlsm, and .xlsb files are also supported.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
book$ExcelNew!%"Data"&#
Out[2]=
#Book: Book2#
In[3]:=
ExcelWrite!"Data", Table!Random!#, %100&,%10&##
In[4]:=
s$ToFileName!ExcelDirectory!"User"#, "Temporary.xls"#
Out[4]=
C:\Documents and Settings\Anton\Desktop\Temporary.xls
In[5]:=
book$ExcelSave!book, s#
Out[5]=
#Book: Temporary.xls#
In[6]:=
ExcelClose!book#
In[7]:=
DeleteFile!s#
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ExcelSelect
ExcelSelect!range"
selects the specified range
ExcelSelect!shape"
selects the specified shape.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelContext!#
Out[2]=
!Book1, Sheet1"
In[3]:=
ExcelSelect!ExcelRange!"Sheet3", "B2:D5"##
In[4]:=
ExcelContext!Selection#
Out[4]=
!Book1, Sheet3"
In[5]:=
ExcelAddress!Selection#
Out[5]=
B2:D5
In[6]:=
ExcelSelect!ExcelRange!"Sheet1", "A1"##
ExcelShape
ExcelShape!id"
represents a shape identified by id in the active context. 
ExcelShape!sheet,id"
represents a shape in the specified sheet
ExcelShape!book,sheetid"
represents a shape in the specified book.
Details
The 
id
can be one of the following:
Selection
the currently selected shape
"Rectangle 1"
the name of the shape
1 or %1
a positive or negative position index
The first shape inserted on a sheet has position 1. The last shape inserted on a sheet has position -1.
See 
ExcelSheet
for a listing of valid 
id
values for 
sheet
.
See 
ExcelBook
for a listing of valid 
id
values for 
book
.
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Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
shape1$ExcelInsert!ExcelShape!"Rectangle 1"##;
In[3]:=
shape2$ExcelInsert!ExcelShape!"Rectangle 2"##;
In[4]:=
ExcelShapes!#
Out[4]=
!#Shape: Rectangle e 1#, , #Shape: : Rectangle e 2#"
In[5]:=
ExcelName!ExcelShape!1##
Out[5]=
Rectangle 1
In[6]:=
ExcelName!ExcelShape!*1##
Out[6]=
Rectangle 2
In[7]:=
ExcelSelect!ExcelShape!1##
In[8]:=
ExcelName!ExcelShape!Selection##
Out[8]=
Rectangle 1
In[9]:=
ExcelCheck!ExcelShape!5##
Out[9]=
False
In[10]:=
ExcelDelete!shape1#
In[11]:=
ExcelDelete!shape2#
ExcelShapes
ExcelShapes!"
gives a list of supported shapes in the active sheet. 
ExcelShapes!sheet"
gives a list for the specified sheet
ExcelShapes!book"
gives a list of all supported shapes in book.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelShapes!#
Out[2]=
!"
In[3]:=
shape$ExcelInsert!ExcelShape!"Rectangle 1"##
Out[3]=
#Shape: Rectangle 1#
In[4]:=
ExcelShapes!#
Out[4]=
!#Shape: Rectangle e 1#"
In[5]:=
ExcelDelete!shape#
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ExcelShare
ExcelShare!"
starts kernel sharing with Excel on a link named "ExcelShare".
Details
You must have the Mathematica Link add-in loaded in Excel to share a kernel with Excel.
'
ExcelShare!"
must be called before connecting from Excel.
In Excel, if your Mathematica Connection is set to 
"Automatic"
, the Mathematica Link add-in will first try to connect to a link 
named 
"ExcelShare"
and then launch its own kernel if a link with that name is not available.
In Excel, if your Mathematica Connection is set to 
"Shared"
, the Mathematica Link add-in will try to connect to a link 
"ExcelShare"
and fail if a link with that name is not available.
Anytime you close a connection from the Excel side, you need to call 
ExcelShare!"
again in Mathematica before starting a new 
shared kernel session.
'
ExcelShare!"
only works in Mathematica 6.0 or later.
Examples
In[1]:=
''ExcelLink`
In[2]:=
ExcelShare!#
Once you have connected from the Excel side, you can share definitions of data between Excel and Mathematica
In[3]:=
x
Out[3]=
100
The above assumes you defined 
x
as 100 in Excel using a formula, macro, or the clipboard.
ExcelSheet
ExcelSheet!id"
represents a sheet identified by id in the active context. 
ExcelSheet!book,id"
represents a sheet in the specified book.
Details
The 
id
can be one of the following:
Active
the current active sheet
"Sheet1"
the name of the sheet
1or %1
a positive or negative position index
See 
ExcelBook
for a listing of valid 
id
values for 
book
.
The first sheet in the workbook has position 1. The last sheet in the workbook has position -1.
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