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List of Excel Objects

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I swear I did use the search function!

I came across a post that someone listed a very extensive list of Excel objects. I

can not find it! I want to attempt some COM coding.

Can someone point me to the post :P

thanks

john

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Thanks for the quick reply :P

I was thinking that I saw a listing of ALL the objects that I could reference in Excel.

I am currently using ExcelCOM_UDF and loved the possibilities. I was looking for

a way to add onto it by getting the complete list of objects.

I downloaded the OLE/COM viewer, so I am browsing that now...

Thanks!

John

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Check MSDN - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/222101 - "How to find and use Office object model documentation"

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Check MSDN - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/222101 - "How to find and use Office object model documentation"

Dale

Thanks Dale, that pointed me to the help file on my computer that diagrams the objects :P

I thought someone had a post on this forum, oh well, got the answer with your link!

Thanks

John

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