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Re: Reading Excel Documents under Linux



Ah, thank you Dave. I'd forgotten about sc, and it's not the easiest 
freshmeat search, since all kinds of words have 'sc' in them! <grin>

I'd be delighted for a copy of the latest and greatest. Thanks.



On Thu, 10 Jan 2002, Dave Mielke wrote:

> [quoted lines by Janina Sajka on January 10, 2002, at 16:25]
> 
> >I'm quite new to using xl2html, but I believe it also supports this kind
> >of export.
> 
> If you can get the spreadsheet in comma-separated-values format, then you can
> load it into sc, which is a braille and speech friendly spreadsheet program.
> I worked with the guy who maintains sc to get it to work nicely for us blind
> people, and he was very accommodating. If the latest you can find is sc-7.13,
> then this patch isn't officially released yet. If this is the case, then, since
> I have it, I'll send it to whomever wants it.
> 
> 

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				American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)

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