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Old 04-12-2015, 03:41 PM
sswcharlie sswcharlie is offline VBA for Bluetooth Port communication Windows 7 32bit VBA for Bluetooth Port communication Office 2000
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Hi

With my project I want to use Excel 2000 to communicate with Arduino microcontroller by sending small amounts of single numeric data via bluetooth port. Same in reverse. eg send from Excel contents of cell : being number: 2 then 1 then 9 then 7 then enter. I am ok with Arduino sketch etc and Excel vba, it is just setting up Excel for communicating to port and receive from port.

The Arduino will receive commands from Excel and set io lines for high or low to control input to external keypad wired in parallel.

My question is to use Excel as per above for bluetooth port communication, what other software required. Using Excel2000 and Nano Arduino.



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Charles Harris
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