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Default Can you write an ActiveX DLL with VB.NET?


I need to write an ActiveX DLL for use in an Excel spreadsheet.


Can I write an ActiveX DLL using "Visual Basic .NET Standard Edition"?

I am new to .NET so am not sure if the new .NET version of VB allows you to write an ActiveX DLL (for use, say, in a VBA application).

Hope you can help.



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