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Code Quality Rank: L2
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Programming language: PHP
License: GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 only
Tags: Php     Excel     Spreadsheet     Xls     Xlsx     OpenXML    
Latest version: v1.8.2

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README

PHPExcel - OpenXML - Read, Write and Create spreadsheet documents in PHP - Spreadsheet engine

PHPExcel is a library written in pure PHP and providing a set of classes that allow you to write to and read from different spreadsheet file formats, like Excel (BIFF) .xls, Excel 2007 (OfficeOpenXML) .xlsx, CSV, Libre/OpenOffice Calc .ods, Gnumeric, PDF, HTML, ... This project is built around Microsoft's OpenXML standard and PHP.

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File Formats supported

Reading

  • BIFF 5-8 (.xls) Excel 95 and above
  • Office Open XML (.xlsx) Excel 2007 and above
  • SpreadsheetML (.xml) Excel 2003
  • Open Document Format/OASIS (.ods)
  • Gnumeric
  • HTML
  • SYLK
  • CSV

Writing

  • BIFF 8 (.xls) Excel 95 and above
  • Office Open XML (.xlsx) Excel 2007 and above
  • HTML
  • CSV
  • PDF (using either the tcPDF, DomPDF or mPDF libraries, which need to be installed separately)

Requirements

  • PHP version 5.2.0 or higher
  • PHP extension php_zip enabled (required if you need PHPExcel to handle .xlsx .ods or .gnumeric files)
  • PHP extension php_xml enabled
  • PHP extension php_gd2 enabled (optional, but required for exact column width autocalculation)

Want to contribute?

If you would like to contribute, here are some notes and guidlines:

  • All new development happens on the 1.8 branch, so it is always the most up-to-date
  • The master branch only contains tagged releases
  • If you are going to be submitting a pull request, please fork from 1.8, and submit your pull request back to that 1.8 branch
  • Wherever possible, code changes should conform as closely as possible to PSR-2 standards
  • Helpful article about forking
  • Helpful article about pull requests

License

PHPExcel is licensed under LGPL (GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE)


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the PHPOffice README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.