Back in my system administrator days, we were thinking about setting the user's Window desktop background to a specific image on login. Since I was in charge of the login scripts, which were written in Python, I decided to do some research to find out if there was a way to do it. We will […]
I recently saw someone asking how to bring a window to the front in Windows and I realized I had had some old unreleased code that might help someone with this task. A long time ago, Tim Golden (and possibly some other fellows on the PyWin32 mailing list) showed me how to make windows come […]
There are a couple of ways to create Microsoft Excel spreadsheets with Python. You can use PyWin32's win32com.client method, which was discussed in an old article a number of years ago or you could use the xlwt package. We'll be looking at the latter in this article. You will learn how to create an Excel […]
Last week, there was an interesting thread on the PyWin32 mailing list about how to read Microsoft Access databases with Python without having Access actually installed. Vernon Cole had the solution, but I noticed that Google doesn't seem to index the PyWin32 list very well, so I decided to write about it here.
A lot of websites are doing year-end retrospectives this week, so I thought you might find it interesting to know which articles on this blog were the most popular this year. Below you will find links to each article along with the page view count I got from Google Analytics: A Simple Step-by-Step Reportlab Tutorial, […]