Damin M. Gonzlez wrote in post #1093726:
>> OMG!! Excellent reference you have provided. `+1` to you. Thank you very
>> much. I will sure give it a try,hope what I am looking for ward,surely>> would get from here.
>>
>> Thanks
>
>  You can be sure that that will work. You can also add colors, format
>


Can any one help me for the below code, which I draft to meet my above
requirement?

require 'win32ole'

#Excel Application will be started from here.
#--------------------------------------------

excel = WIN32OLE.new('Excel.Application')
excel.visible = true
wb=excel.workbooks.open("E:\\WIPData\\Ruby\\Scripts\\GSL_File_DownLoad1.xlsx")
wbs= wb.Worksheets(1)
rows=2
column=2

  until wbs.cells(rows,1).value == nil do


    Dir.entries("E:\\WIPData\\Ruby").each do |f|

      if f == wbs.cells(rows,1).value then

        column=2
        Dir.foreach(f) do |x|

          full_path=Dir.pwd.concat("/" + f)
        wbs.cells(rows,column).values =
wbs.OLEObjects.Add(,full_path,False,True,,,f,)
        column = column + 1

        end

      end

    end

  end

But getting error as :


E:\WIPData\Ruby\Scripts>test.rb
E:/WIPData/Ruby/Scripts/test.rb:25: syntax error, unexpected ',',
expecting ')'
...).values = wbs.OLEObjects.Add(,full_path,False,True,,,f,)
...                               ^
E:/WIPData/Ruby/Scripts/test.rb:25: syntax error, unexpected ',',
expecting '='
...cts.Add(,full_path,False,True,,,f,)
...                               ^

E:\WIPData\Ruby\Scripts>