Using a static glue from Office 2011 seems to work fine: >>> from appscript.terminology import dump >>> dump('Microsoft Excel', '/path/to/myappglue.py') >>> import myappglue >>> from appscript import app >>> app = app('Microsoft Excel', terms=myappglue) but AppleScript's saving doesn't work properly (it displays Document not saved. When trying to resave the opened document manually: tell application 'Microsoft Excel' set new_book to make new workbook save workbook as new_book filename 'test.xlsx' end tell. TODO • saving doesn't work (AppleScript issue - might be a general early version issue) ==> seems that setting a Default local file location may solve this - need to redo it though quite often. Update: this option has disapeard with the first update.update2: seems to be resolved now with 2nd update 15.10 • wb = Workbook('Workbook1') throws an error ( '/WORKBOOK1' could not be found.) when unsaved ==> needs to call get_workbook instead of open_workbook, this is really a current bug • fix hyperlink test • wb.application.calculation need to be updated to run with k.manual etc. Instead of Constants ==> however, switching to Automatic from Manual doesn't trigger a recalculate like on the other versions. Seems to be a changed behaviour of Excel 2016 • Unicode issue when running nosetests • Excel shows quickly up when doing Workbook(app_visible=False) - The Sheet tests also don't pass when app_visible = False. • VBA fails - see extra issue.
Excel 2016 64bit Posts. Or if it needs to be used for both adding logic to check which version is being used and run the code for the 2013 or a separate bit for 2016. Register To Reply., 10:03 AM #14. Macro Compatibility Originally Posted by pete2106.
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