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From Glen Stampoultzis <gst...@iinet.net.au>
Subject Re: Excel charts
Date Sun, 11 Jan 2004 12:30:22 GMT

At 04:23 AM 9/01/2004, you wrote:
>I believe that Glen Stampoultzis was in charge of the charting part of 
>this. I've seen his name around this list and the todo page shows "GS" as 
>being the chart person. Unfortunately, I haven't seen him post to this 
>list in a while. If anyone knows him, I'd appreciate his input if he's got 

Hi... I'm still here.  I haven't touched charting in quiet some time but 
I'm still keen to see it completed.  I got discouraged at the time because 
it proved to be much harder than I originally thought and some of the 
necessary pieces (such as formula's) weren't ready.

I implemented most of records required for charting but the fun doesn't 
stop with just implementing the records.  The number of records required to 
create a simple bar chart is huge and they are combined in moderately 
complicated ways.  To make it harder the Excel 97 Developers Kit doesn't 
document them very well.  It provides a reasonably good detail on the low 
level record structures but not much information on how they hang together.

If people would like to help contributing I'll try and offer any advise I 
can.  You will really need to get yourself a copy of the Excel 97 
Developers Kit though.  It's now out of print but you can get really cheap 
2nd hand copies (checkout amazon).  That's how I got mine.


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