Notice : ExcelPython has been integrated into xlwings! Going forwards ExcelPython will be no longer be actively maintained and any further development work will take place within the context of
Write Excel user-defined functions and macros in Python!
from xlpython import * @xlfunc @xlarg("x", "nparray", 2) @xlarg("y", "nparray", 2) def matrixmult(x, y): return x.dot(y)
Check out the tutorials to get started! The only prerequisites are Excel and Python (2.6 - 3.x) with PyWin32 installed.
ExcelPython is a lightweight, easily distributable library for interfacing Excel and Python. It enables easy access to Python scripts from Excel VBA, allowing you to substitute VBA with Python for complex automation tasks which would be facilitated by Python's extensive standard library while sparing you the complexities of Python COM programming.
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