add GUID as an attribute to excel cell

sush026

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hi,
can someone please help me on how to do this. I have to store GUID in the excel cell in some way so that i can access the cell using the GUID later. Can i add the GUID as an attribute to the cell ? or is there any other way to do it. I dont want to save it as a named item so i need some other way to do it.
Thanks,
sush
 

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Norie

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I think the short answer is no I'm afraid.:)

Can't you just put the GUID into the cell?
 

sush026

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any way:(

thanks for the reply.. but is there no way to do it...any way to attach iGUID to the cell so that i can access the cell through that...and actually the cell will have some other value ...the GUID is just to access the cell ...

Thanks,
sush
 

Norie

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Why do you need to do this?

And why do you need to post this question on multiple forums?
 

sush026

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newbie

i ve never used forums..so posted in all...i ve deletd the others now
 

sush026

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i have an xml which has these guid and value and tag name which i have use to refer the cell...using these i have to put the value in the cell which has the specified guid..so i need to attach the guid to the cell in some way..as guid has hifens , i cant place it as a named item
 

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