Hi, no i haven't, but is easy, you use the code above to build a string like
The separator depends on your language setting in windows, is normally , or ;
Ik you use vbscript (IE only) you don't have this limitation, the string would be
"""val1"",""val2"""&VbCrLf&"""val3"",""val4" instead but i'm not sure if to do this you also wouldn't have to activate ActiveX
You save the file with the .csv extension and windows opens it as a xls(x) file with the fields in separate colums.
If you succeed, please post your code.