This would only be partially heplful (i.e. when plotting completely raw
data blocks), as there is an Excel bug that prevents any cell formula
from returning a value that will be treated the same way as a truly
empty cell by the chart functions. I once found a bizarrely complicated
workaround, recommended by an Excel guru, that requires you to create a
named range that refers to a list of calls to the Excel "indirect"
function. (The named range is then explicitly specified as the data
range for a...
Excel Client does work in Excel 2010 32-bit under Windows 7 64-bit, but
the "simple" interface for report publishing is broken. You get the
confirmation box "Successfully scheduled report", but no report is
scheduled. The workaround is to click the link to open the advanced
scheduling window. Then it works, but it is necessary to log in again
each time the advanced window is opened. This could also have to do with
Internet Explorer 9, though. Or possibly antivirus software (deletion of