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Mycroft Holmes7-Jun-21 12:10
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So your company wants you to create a solution in Excel but will not allow you to use VBA (or the current scripting language). Management straight out of the 1980s.

You may be able to launch the c# app from a button in the excel sheet, you can also use c# as the scripting language behind the sheets (it is no VBA after all Poke tongue | ;-P )

I think there may be events available on the cell (onleave maybe) which may be used to access the code behind.

I also think there are excel clones that can be embedded into a c# winforms app that looks and feels like excel that hooks in all the usual events so you can use c# to do the work.

I would stronly recommend telling management that they are shooting themselves in the foot!
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity -
RAH
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QuestionHow do you write a query for comparing SQL Server CE data? Pin
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