On Mon, 2003-06-23 at 17:58, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 
> Hi Brad,
> I would suggest you have your macro security set to 'high' in Excel.  This
> will disable any loaded macros, without any prompts.  Set your macro
> security to 'medium' (if you trust me!)  This is found in
> Tools->Macro->Security

I have a perl script that does something similar if anyone is
interested.
Starting from a protel format netlist, ending in a text file that can be
read by excel.

Avoids the macro issues, requires perl somewhere, tested on a *nix box, 
might work under perl/windows.
john





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