Sorry, I should have also included that you can pass 'workbook' to
methods and write to the file within those methods.



On Feb 24, 1:02 am, magn...@ifi.uio.no wrote:
> This might be a ruby question, bit is it possible to have an WIN32OLE
> object as parameter to a method?
>
>   excel = WIN32OLE::new("excel.Application")
>   workbook = excel.Workbooks.Open("C:\\Programfiler\\Ruby\
> \FPSdata.xls")
>
>   def connect(workbook)
>   worksheet = workbook.WorkSheets(1)
>   puts "You are now connected to Excel"
>   end
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