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CGI form to Excel file

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I'm new to this community/forum, so please forgive me if I miss any normal question protocols.

I have not programmed in Perl in a couple of years, and the programming I have done has been pretty basic and related to CGI. I work for a university and have been asked to create an HTML form that will collect data via Perl into a Microsoft Excel file. Periodically--maybe every week--they will download this file and import it into an internal program that I have nothing to do with, then the file data will need to be cleared (emptied) and repeat, so on and so on.

Anyone have any ideas of a basic way to do this? The data is not sensitive, so security is not a big issue.

Thank you in advance,

James Kennedy
Jun 12 '06 #1
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