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Old July 19th, 2004, 09:51 AM
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James,
You can use the VB IDE i.e. Start VB, open the dll's project and run the dll. Then open Excel and run your routine. VB should then re-direct calls from the dll to the running vbp, where you can step through the code and print to the Debug window. Nb Your dll vbp must be running before you open the Excel Workbook.
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