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export your excel tables to CATIA V5


Quick and easy way to make your tables

Have you ever tried to create and edit CATIA tables? If so, you already know that they are a bit … rigid. Although everything works as it should, process of creation and edition is not as effective as in other editors like Excel. You can’t use arrows to navigate to desired cell, you can’t press ENTER or TAB key to move to next cell and no copy & paste of data within your table is allowed. Solution is however quite easy. Prepare your table in Excel and when you are ready, export it to CATIA. With this application you can do it.


Wanna see it in action?

Then watch this video:

Xls2Drawing - export your excel tables to CATIA V5


Main Features

  • Export of excel selection to CATIA Drawing
  • Merged areas (cells) are supported
  • You can define table dimensions


Small Application Guide

Create table in Excel and select area you want to export. Click "Export Selection" button. In a following confirmation window you see some basic info about your selection (workbook name, worksheet name, selection address). Confirm with "Continue" button.

You can define dimensions in top left edge of your table. If top and left edge of selection contains numbers only and corner (top left) cell is empty, then option “Use top & left edge of selection as table dimensions” in a Confirmation window option becomes active.



Gallery

How it looks like

Simple user interface with one Export Selection button. As a guidance there is also a picture with some basic instructions about tables.


  • Main application window
    Simple user interface with just one button.
  • Confirmation window
    If top and left edge of selection contains numbers only and corner (top left) cell is empty, then option “Use top & left edge of selection as table dimensions” in a Confirmation window option becomes active.
  • Excel table & selection
    Excel table with dimensions defined.
  • CATIA table
    And this is a table in CATIA after export.



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