> Hi everybody, > I am trying to perform the following: a MATLAB application produces > internally a set of matrices, say A, B, C... Z, everyone of them 10x4. > I would like to write them to an Excel file (.xlsx) each one in a > separate sheet. This is easy, and accomplishable with the optional > "sheet" argument of the xlswrite function. > BUT... > I would like to write the data in a preformatted sheet. That is, every > Excel sheet should be "cloned" from a master one, where there are > titles, colors, cell formats with a certain number of decimal places, > specific fonts, and so on. > For a single sheet, that works perfectly: the matrix of numbers "fits" > into the prepared format, and that's it. But I would like, at the end, > to have the .xlsx file containing an "A" sheet, a "B" sheet, up to "Z" > sheet, all formatted in the same way. If I generate a new sheet, it > will be a "blank" sheet, and that will not do. > In my opinion, I need to be able to "copy" an Excel sheet. Or if any of > you can devise a better way, a MATLAB way to do this, I would appreciate > it very much > Thanks a lot and best regards > Claudio
You will be able to do this using the COM interface to Excel.
Bear in mind that this approach allows you to invoke Excel's VB commands. You would have to use the Excel documentation to obtain more information on the COM functions used. You might be able to cobble something using hints from the above solution and some VBA functions listed here: