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Manual Reference Pages  -  CHARTEX (1)

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NAME

chartex - A utility to extract charts from an Excel file for insertion into a Spreadsheet::WriteExcel file.

CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION

This program is used for extracting one or more charts from an Excel file in binary format. The charts can then be included in a Spreadsheet::WriteExcel file.

See the add_chart_ext() section of the Spreadsheet::WriteExcel documentation for more details.

SYNOPSIS

chartex [--chartname --help --man] file.xls



    Options:
        --chartname -c  The root name for the extracted charts,
                        defaults to "chart".



OPTIONS

<B>--chartname or -cB> This sets the root name for the extracted charts, defaults to chart. For example:



    $ chartex file.xls

    Extracting "Chart1" to chart01.bin


    $ chartex -c mychart file.xls

    Extracting "Chart1" to mychart01.bin



<B>--help or -hB> Print a brief help message and exits.
<B>--man or -mB> Prints the manual page and exits.

AUTHOR

John McNamara jmcnamara@cpan.org

VERSION

Version 0.02.

COPYRIGHT

X MMV, John McNamara.

All Rights Reserved. This program is free software. It may be used, redistributed and/or modified under the same terms as Perl itself.

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