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Old September 10th, 2003, 10:14 AM
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Default Referencing an ActiveX DLL from Excel

Hi,

I have written an ActiveX DLL with VB6, and now I want to reference it from an Excel 2002 spreadsheet, so that the procedures it contains can be called from the spreadsheet.

Please can you tell me how to reference it? I know that there is a way to get a window up, showing which DLLs are to be used in the workbook, but I can't find the menu option to get to this window.

Thanks.

James

 
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Sorry, my mistake - this is trivial.

From the VB Editor, select Tools -> References.






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