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Hello,

 

I'm using vi's that I had on an old PC but they don't work because I don't have the Microsoft Excel ActiveX class on my current PC.

Do you know, please, how to install this class? Where can I find it?

 

Thank you in advance for your help.

 

Best regards

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You don't need to install anything else if you have MS Excel Installed in your new PC.

 

Once you have MS Excel Installed on your machine (PC) you can map the Excel.Application to ActiveX Class.

Pazhanivel Thiruvenkadam,
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Hello,

thank you for your reply.
I have MS Excel installed on my PC but I cannot find the Excel type library (see attached image).

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Hello,

 

probably the wrong bitness of your Excel/Office installation in comparison to your LabVIEW version. They have to match.

 

Regards, Jens

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Yes indeed you are right.
Thanks for your help

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PalanivelThiruvenkadam_0-1634808483300.png

 

You should get something like this, if Microsoft Excel is properly installed.

 

Also check in Registry Editor if its properly installed.

Pazhanivel Thiruvenkadam,
CertifiedLabVIEWArchitect|| CertifiedTestStandDeveloper,
Currently able to Access LV2015&LV2017
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Yes I have that on Labview 64bits.
Thank you

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