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1 parent 382728b commit dd4101722e610c1448fc1188cccd761c6b38058d Hideo NAKAMURA committed Oct 19, 2010
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@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
#######################################################################
#
# chartex - A utility to extract charts from an Excel file for
-# insertion into a Spreadsheet::WriteExcel file.
+# insertion into a WriteExcel file.
#
# reverse('ゥ'), September 2007, John McNamara, jmcnamara@cpan.org
#
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@@ -846,7 +846,7 @@
# column is designated by a letter and the row by a number. Columns
# range from A to IV i.e. 0 to 255, rows range from 1 to 65536.
#--
-# The Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Utility module that is included in the distro
+# The WriteExcel::Utility module that is included in the distro
# contains helper functions for dealing with A1 notation, for example:
#
# use Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Utility;
@@ -992,7 +992,7 @@
# syntax of the function refer to the Excel help files or the following:
# http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/CH062528031033.aspx.
#
-# If your formula doesn't work in Spreadsheet::WriteExcel try the following:
+# If your formula doesn't work in WriteExcel try the following:
#
# 1. Verify that the formula works in Excel (or Gnumeric or OpenOffice.org).
# 2. Ensure that it isn't on the Caveats list shown above.
@@ -1005,7 +1005,7 @@
#
# ===Improving performance when working with formulas
#
-# Writing a large number of formulas with Spreadsheet::WriteExcel can be slow.
+# Writing a large number of formulas with WriteExcel can be slow.
# This is due to the fact that each formula has to be parsed and with the
# current implementation this is computationally expensive.
#
@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@
#
# Pie - A writer class for Excel Pie charts.
#
-# Used in conjunction with Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Chart.
+# Used in conjunction with WriteExcel::Chart.
#
-# See formatting note in Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Chart.
+# See formatting note in WriteExcel::Chart.
#
# Copyright 2000-2010, John McNamara, jmcnamara@cpan.org
#
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ class Chart
#
# require 'writeexcel'
#
- # workbook = Spreadsheet::WriteExcel.new('chart.xls')
+ # workbook = WriteExcel.new('chart.xls')
# worksheet = workbook.add_worksheet
#
# chart = workbook.add_chart(:type => 'Chart::Pie')
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ class Chart
#
# ==DESCRIPTION
#
- # This module implements Pie charts for Spreadsheet::WriteExcel. The chart
+ # This module implements Pie charts for WriteExcel. The chart
# object is created via the Workbook add_chart() method:
#
# chart = workbook.add_chart(:type => 'Chart::Pie')
@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ class Chart
#
# require 'writeexcel'
#
- # workbook = Spreadsheet::WriteExcel.new('chart_pie.xls')
+ # workbook = WriteExcel.new('chart_pie.xls')
# worksheet = workbook.add_worksheet
# bold = workbook.add_format(:bold => 1)
#
@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@
#
# Scatter - A writer class for Excel Scatter charts.
#
-# Used in conjunction with Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Chart.
+# Used in conjunction with WriteExcel::Chart.
#
-# See formatting note in Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Chart.
+# See formatting note in WriteExcel::Chart.
#
# Copyright 2000-2010, John McNamara, jmcnamara@cpan.org
#
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ class Chart
#
# require 'writeexcel'
#
- # workbook = Spreadsheet::WriteExcel.new('chart.xls')
+ # workbook = WriteExcel.new('chart.xls')
# worksheet = workbook.add_worksheet
#
# chart = workbook.add_chart(:type => 'Chart::Scatter')
@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ class Chart
#
# require 'writeexcel'
#
- # workbook = Spreadsheet::WriteExcel.new('chart_scatter.xls')
+ # workbook = WriteExcel.new('chart_scatter.xls')
# worksheet = workbook.add_worksheet
# bold = workbook.add_format(:bold => 1)
#
@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@
#
# Stock - A writer class for Excel Stock charts.
#
-# Used in conjunction with Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Chart.
+# Used in conjunction with WriteExcel::Chart.
#
-# See formatting note in Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Chart.
+# See formatting note in WriteExcel::Chart.
#
# Copyright 2000-2010, John McNamara, jmcnamara@cpan.org
#
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ class Chart
#
# require 'writeexcel'
#
- # workbook = Spreadsheet::WriteExcel.new('chart.xls')
+ # workbook = WriteExcel.new('chart.xls')
# worksheet = workbook.add_worksheet
#
# chart = workbook.add_chart(:type => 'Chart::Stock')
@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ class Chart
#
# require 'writeexcel'
#
- # workbook = Spreadsheet::WriteExcel.new('chart_stock_ex.xls')
+ # workbook = WriteExcel.new('chart_stock_ex.xls')
# worksheet = workbook.add_worksheet
# bold = workbook.add_format(:bold => 1)
# date_format = workbook.add_format(:num_format => 'dd/mm/yyyy')
@@ -373,7 +373,7 @@ def add_worksheet(sheetname = '', encoding = 0)
# # Insert the chart into the a worksheet.
# worksheet.insert_chart('E2', chart)
#
- # See Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Chart for details on how to configure the
+ # See WriteExcel::Chart for details on how to configure the
# chart object once it is created. See also the chart_*.pl programs in the
# examples directory of the distro.
#
@@ -1199,7 +1199,7 @@ def autofilter(*args)
# NOTE:
# It isn't sufficient to just specify the filter condition. You must also
# hide any rows that don't match the filter condition. Rows are hidden using
- # the set_row() visible parameter. Spreadsheet::WriteExcel cannot do this
+ # the set_row() visible parameter. WriteExcel cannot do this
# automatically since it isn't part of the file format. See the autofilter.rb
# program in the examples directory of the distro for an example.
#
@@ -3036,7 +3036,7 @@ def write_blank(*args)
# the syntax of the function refer to the Excel help files or the
# following: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/CH062528031033.aspx
#
- # If your formula doesn't work in Spreadsheet::WriteExcel try the following:
+ # If your formula doesn't work in WriteExcel try the following:
#
# 1. Verify that the formula works in Excel (or Gnumeric or OpenOffice.org).
# 2. Ensure that it isn't on the Caveats list shown above.
@@ -3049,7 +3049,7 @@ def write_blank(*args)
#
# ==Improving performance when working with formulas
#
- # Writing a large number of formulas with Spreadsheet::WriteExcel can be
+ # Writing a large number of formulas with WriteExcel can be
# slow. This is due to the fact that each formula has to be parsed and
# with the current implementation this is computationally expensive.
#

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