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I am using VB.net and need to open applications like excel.
Also i would like to open excel files and play around with the data, what is the best way to do this ? i have tried objReader, but it does not work.
You can start external applications like excel by using:
As for playing around with the data, you will probably need to pick up a book as there is more to it than the one line of code that I listed above. Excel has it's own object model that you can use and can do that by adding a reference to the Microsoft Excel 9.0 Object Library.