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Michael Robbins 10-22-2003 08:45 PM

Can I use an Excel Add-In in my VC++ program?
 
Please pardon me if this question is common; I didn't see an answer.

I have access to a MS Excel Add-In but I want to use the functions
from within my Visual C++ code.

Can I do this? How?

Gianni Mariani 10-22-2003 09:04 PM

Re: Can I use an Excel Add-In in my VC++ program?
 
Michael Robbins wrote:
> Please pardon me if this question is common; I didn't see an answer.
>
> I have access to a MS Excel Add-In but I want to use the functions
> from within my Visual C++ code.
>
> Can I do this? How?


Answers available at newsgroup:

comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.win32

and/or

microsoft.public.win32.programmer.ui

Purpose of newsgroup comp.lang.c++ :

http://www.slack.net/~shiva/welcome.txt

-Mike^H^H^H^HGianni


Mike Wahler 10-22-2003 09:37 PM

Re: [OT, redir, links] Can I use an Excel Add-In in my VC++ program?
 
"Gianni Mariani" <gi2nospam@mariani.ws> wrote in message
news:bn6rdo$abk@dispatch.concentric.net...
> Michael Robbins wrote:
> > Please pardon me if this question is common; I didn't see an answer.
> >
> > I have access to a MS Excel Add-In but I want to use the functions
> > from within my Visual C++ code.
> >
> > Can I do this? How?

>
> Answers available at newsgroup:
>
> comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.win32
>
> and/or
>
> microsoft.public.win32.programmer.ui
>
> Purpose of newsgroup comp.lang.c++ :
>
> http://www.slack.net/~shiva/welcome.txt
>
> -Mike^H^H^H^HGianni


No, those newsgroups are not for Excel or VC++,
but for Win32 API issues.

VC++: microsoft.public.vc.utilites
Excel: microsoft.public.excel.sdk

Finding topical newsgroups:
www.groups.google.com
www.usenet.org

Finding Microsoft newsgroups:
http://www.msdn.microsoft.com/newsgroups/

-Mike






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