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    srini m
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    Default Export attribute table to excel file

    Hi all,
    May i know how to do an executable file that should export a layer's attributable table to excel file?

    Thanks

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    Casey Bentz
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    Default Re: Export attribute table to excel file

    I posted some information on this a few weeks ago.

    http://forums.arcgis.com/threads/278...ighlight=excel

    I have attached a new flex project archive that might work.

    Casey Bentz
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    Casey Bentz
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    My zip files do not appear to be working. Here is another try.

    Casey
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    Casey Bentz
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    I am out of ideas. If you want the sample project I have give my your email address and I will sent it to you.

    Casey

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    There are 2 script tools available from the Geoprocessing Model and Script Tool Gallery for Exporting to Excel.

    Both tools export to the .xls format.

    Option #1 - Export to Excel or CSV

    Option #2 - Export to Excel or HTML
    You will need to have Microsoft Excel installed to use this script tool.

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    Default Re: Export attribute table to excel file

    Quote Originally Posted by caseybentz8 View Post
    My zip files do not appear to be working. Here is another try.

    Casey
    This exactly what I needed, thanks.

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    Default Re: Export attribute table to excel file

    Quote Originally Posted by esrikmarten View Post
    There are 2 script tools available from the Geoprocessing Model and Script Tool Gallery for Exporting to Excel.

    Both tools export to the .xls format.

    Option #1 - Export to Excel or CSV

    Option #2 - Export to Excel or HTML
    You will need to have Microsoft Excel installed to use this script tool.
    What new parameter do I have to add to the option I (table to excel)???

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    Default Re: Export attribute table to excel file

    Quote Originally Posted by esrikmarten View Post
    There are 2 script tools available from the Geoprocessing Model and Script Tool Gallery for Exporting to Excel.

    Both tools export to the .xls format.

    Option #1 - Export to Excel or CSV

    Option #2 - Export to Excel or HTML
    You will need to have Microsoft Excel installed to use this script tool.
    What new parameter do I have to add to the option I (table to excel)???

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