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Re: Changing excel table with Wolfram Mathematica

It may be simplest to import the Excel file into Mathematica, edit the
table in Mathematica, and then export as an Excel file.

A more difficult alternative is to use .Net/Link, as documented here:

specifically in the introduction: Calling COM Objects -

On Sep 19, 12:09 pm, "Kuba" <drazen.kubato... at> wrote:
>     I would like to change some cells in Excel table with Mathematica. I
> know that can be done with "Mathematica link for Excel", but is any way how
> can I change this with Mathematica built-in functions? For example:
>     Table from A1 to D4
> 1 1 1 1
> 1 1 1 1
> 1 1 2 2
> 1 1 2 2
> I wont change cells from C3 to D4, to set new value. For example 2 becomes
> 3.
> It is important that all other cells stay untouched.
> Thank you very much.

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