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MC13-Reading from Excel-File with lots of sheets

MC13-Reading from Excel-File with lots of sheets

MC13-Reading from Excel-File with lots of sheets

Hi everybody,

I am creating a tool that needs to read (see above) from excel-files with up to 16 worksheets. The number varies from file to file.

-I want to type the filename only once
-I want to auto-detect the number of sheets or
-I want to select the number of sheets manually (the area to read from ist the same in every sheet) and not to tye/copypaste 16 times the same area in the import-assistant.

So I do not want so use the excel component or the import-assistant.
The readfile-fuction seems to accept argument for rows and columns but not for sheets?

Did that problem occur somewhere else?

If no-one knows, the posibility remains, to split the excel-file in up to 16 smaller files with only one sheet each. Does anyone know how to do that?


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