[OS X TeX] Excel2LaTeX

David Derbes loki at uchicago.edu
Fri Feb 20 17:21:03 CET 2009

Some time ago on this list some kind genius printed out a tiny Ruby  
program which worked like this. You copy a table in Excel, you run  
this program (from the Terminal, as a command line), and presto! the  
information is  put into memory. You chose the appropriate spot in  
your LaTeX source, hit Command-V, and a formatted table with your  
Excel data is pasted into the LaTeX source.


This may not have the full functionality of the program the original  
poster was looking for, but maybe it will do the job.

David Derbes
U of Chicago Lab Schools.

On Feb 20, 2009, at 9:38 AM, Berend Hasselman wrote:

> On 20-02-2009, at 15:38, Dewey Dykstra wrote:
>> When I try to load Excel2LaTeX.xla into Excel 2008, the load stops  
>> and tells me that it cannot handle visual basic.  Does anyone know  
>> if there are plans to update Excel2LaTeX to work with Excel 2008?
> There is Calc2latex for OpenOffice; it should also work in NeoOffice.
> http://calc2latex.sourceforge.net/
> You could also try to load Excel2Latex in NeoOffice (or OpenOffice)  
> and see what happens.
> One never knows: it may work ...
> Berend
> BTW. Don't hijack a thread. New subject ==> start a new thread.
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