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Dear all,

I am writing Excel macros for an application using Excel 2003.
I could see the code window supports only VB6 coding styles.

Is there any way to write the code in VB.NET within that Excel macro?
Please let me know if you have any suggestions.

Thanks & regards,
M. Gangadhar.
Updated 25-Aug-10 9:12am

Thanks for the reply.
Do you mean that we are writing a VB.Net library (.DLL) and referencing/calling the functions inside VBA macro?
Is there direct code editor window for VB.Net available for VBA macro - or any additional utilities to be installed?

With Thanks & Regards,
M. Gangadhar.
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Dalek Dave 27-Aug-10 3:37am    
In strict order of asking...
No, only a VBA editor within Excel.
No utilities need to be installed.


It uses VBA, which is VB.NET compliant.

You can write a VB.NET function, and call it from within the macro.
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