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Default display excel sheet in form

Hi, I have tried useing OLe control and then creating a new excel sheet within it but there were a no of problems:

1. The sheet will not resize even if the form is resized
2. the sheet is disabled by default an we will have to double click on the OLE object to enable it
3. the sheet doesnot remain under the boundary of the OLE object, but appears ver clumsy.

How can I display an excel sheet in a proper table like manner in my form directly without any short of clicks and also access values from the sheet.

Plz hlp.

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