' Tutorial 03
' This tutorial shows how to create an Excel file that has
' multiple sheets in VBScript. The created Excel file is
' empty and the next tutorial shows how to add data into sheets.
WScript.StdOut.WriteLine("Tutorial 03" & vbcrlf & "----------" & vbcrlf)
' Create an instance of the class that creates Excel filesSet workbook = CreateObject("EasyXLS.ExcelDocument")
' Create two sheets
' Create Excel file
WScript.StdOut.WriteLine("Writing file C:\Samples\Tutorial03 - create Excel file.xlsx")
workbook.easy_WriteXLSXFile ("C:\Samples\Tutorial03 - create Excel file.xlsx")
' Confirm the creation of Excel fileIf sError = ""then
WScript.StdOut.Write(vbcrlf & "File successfully created.")
WScript.StdOut.Write(vbcrlf & "Error: " & workbook.easy_getError())
End If' Dispose memory
Wscript.StdOut.Write(vbcrlf & "Press Enter to exit ...")
How to run VBScript tutorial In order to run the tutorial create a file named Tutorial03.vbs containing previous code, open Command Prompt, change the directory to tutorial location using cd command and type: > cscript Tutorial03.vbs.
Overloaded methods For methods with same name but different parameters, only the first method overload retains the original name. Subsequent overloads are uniquely renamed by appending to the method name '_2', '_3', etc (method, method_2, method_3), an integer that corresponds to the order of declaration that can be found in EasyXLS.h, a file that comes with EasyXLS installation.