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Features of EDT/XEDT/X ActiveX and COM Control provides a number of easy to use functions to control Excel:
EDT/X ActiveX ControlEDT/X is both an ActiveX Control and a COM object, implemented in a DLL, so it can be used in a wide range of applications that support these standards. This component will enable you to quickly work with Excel without having to work out how to get automation working.
EDT/X is a single tiny DLL,
written in C/C++ using ATL and is only 220k in size!
Drop in our efficient, convenient component and you can create
an Excel automation application in just minutes!
Source Code Examples for Transfering Data To and From ExcelTry out the sample applications included with EDT/X ActiveX Control to see how easy it is to do transfer data to and from Excel in your Windows applications. With full source code samples you can download and use immediately, EDT/X will let you get up and running quickly and easily. Download EDT/X now and you can be developing programs immediately. Click here to see sample application screen shots.
Trial VersionThe trial version of EDT/X is feature limited to allow only 10 rows or 100 columns and 600 data points maximum per data transfer. However it is possible to develop and even compile trial applications. By purchasing EDT/X you obtain full functionality. If you are looking for a fast and simple way to automate Excel for sending and receiving string or numerical data, this ActiveX component will meet your needs. No need to worry about the correct syntax for Excel automation - EDT/X handles the details for you.
EDT/X supports threaded blocking and non-blocking modes. This means you can use the control in a program and it will still respond to user input. When processing is complete, an event is fired and the program continues from the data processing step. This blocking/non-blocking mode is under program control. Error codes are returned from the event indicating the success or otherwise of the data processing.