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vrf ActiveX Spreadsheet object in VXL

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 15, 2005
> As usual it is hard to say everything 100 % right in a short way

Sorry about that! I understood what you meant, I just didn't want someone
else to think there was yet some other kind of majik involved

Your points are all well taken - it is *very* handy to have the Excel menu.
I think probably most people know my natural tendency on such things though:

"lean not too heavily on your crutch, for it will cripple you the faster."

In fact, my favorite thing in the new version is this .NET Operation
Builder. With the filter buttons I think Agilent has done a really good job
of making a complex object hierarchy much more accessible.
-SHAWN-



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