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Hi,
I have to create *.xls (or *.csv) with multiple tabs.
The program is in the loop and every time the loop runs it should create a new tab. Can any one help me with this. (I want to code it with out using PYExcelerator - I tried using that function but it throws an error saying "ImportError: No module named pyExcelerator" can some body help me with this too... resolving the error.)

Thanks,
Supriya

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You will need to download and install pyExcelerator as it is not distributed with the standard Python.
Link: Py Package

You cannot create a csv file with multiple sheets (tabs), as the format does not allow it.

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You will need to download and install pyExcelerator as it is not distributed with the standard Python.
Link: Py Package

You cannot create a csv file with multiple sheets (tabs), as the format does not allow it.

Hi,
Thanks for the reply. Can u please tell me where to place the downloaded file?
Thanks

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If you don't know how to build python packages, simply extract the pyExcelerator directory and place it in your Python site-packages folder... on Windows it will be: C:\PythonXX\Lib\site-packages .

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If you don't know how to build python packages, simply extract the pyExcelerator directory and place it in your Python site-packages folder... on Windows it will be: C:\PythonXX\Lib\site-packages .

Thanks. I tried what u said. It still gives me this error

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Documents and Settings\xlspyexcel", line 1, in ?
from pyExcelerator import *
ImportError: No module named pyExcelerator

and this is the program I am running

from pyExcelerator import *
wb = Workbook()
ws0 = wb.add_sheet('0')

for x in range(10):
for y in range(10):
# writing to a specific x,y
ws0.write(x,y,"this is cell %s, %s" % (x,y))

wb.save('output.xls')

Please let me know what is wrong (I copied this program from internet)

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First try opening an interpreter and just type in import pyExcelerator . That will tell you if you copied the directory to the right location.

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