> In conclusion what I wanted to say by that line is that:
> 
> - The library will work without the ExcelConst module as happily
> - It's you who has to create the module if you want the constants
> - However you can name it anyway you want - e.g. XlConst is as good as
> any other name
> - It's possible to do without even creating the module by using
> WIN32OLE or Kernel

Hi Jan,

Thank you very much for the explanations.

Could you please give me a small example of "doing it without even 
creating the module by using WIN32OLE or Kernel"?


Li


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