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Using C# .NET User Defined Functions (UDF) in Excel

, 13 Jun 2013
Exposing .NET functions to be consumed as Excel functions, otherwise known in Excel as "User Defined Functions" . Those .NET exposed functions can be easily used from Excel's cells. This article presents two ways to achieve this and the pros and cons of each.
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