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Preview of Dynamic Arrays in Excel: This is a really big announcement from this year's Ignite Conference: Microsoft is adding native support for dynamic arrays to Excel. So far, xlwings has provided this feature via a workaround (some would call it a "dirty hack") so we hope to support the native version soon with xlwings. You will read it here as soon as it's available. Note that this feature is not generally available yet and will be rolled out over the next months to Office 365 insiders.

xlwings v0.12: Call Python functions from VBA in all Microsoft Office apps

xlwings now works with all Microsoft Office apps: Whether you need Outlook to perform a quick check in Python before sending an email or if you have legacy VBA code that is split between Excel and Access: With xlwings v0.12, you can call Python functions from VBA within all Microsoft Office apps. See the release notes or watch a 16 seconds demo.

xlwings works now with Python 3.7

xlwings is now available for Python 3.7 on all channels (pip/pipenv, conda and conda-forge). If you use pip/pipenv, make sure to upgrade pywin32 to version 224 or you will run into issues.

Our celery-python blog has been renamed into as it will cover a broader range of tools, not just Celery. For example, Parallel Monte Carlo With Dask gives you an introduction of how to use Dask for distributing a Monte Carlo simulation across a cluster.

Product updates

xlwings: v0.12.1, see release notes.
xltrail: v1.8.3, see release notes.
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