PyXLL makes it possible to write add-ins for Microsoft Excel in Python. Using simple decorators your Python code can instantly be exposed to Excel as worksheet functions, menu items or macros. Click here for instructions on how to install PyXLL with Enthought Canopy or click here to download a copy for standalone installation.
PyXLL is automatically available in Canopy’s Package Manager for all Canopy subscribers and Canopy Express users (starting with Canopy v. 1.3). Simply open Package Manager from the Canopy Welcome Screen and click on “Available Packages,” and PyXLL will be in the list on the right. If you aren’t seeing the PyXLL package, please ensure you have updated to Canopy v.1.3 or higher (you can check for updates using Canopy’s Help menu).
Not using Canopy yet? Download Canopy and then open the Package Manager to access the PyXLL installer.
Installation instructions are provided in the online documentation.
Please be sure to select matching Python and Excel versions