Re: catch Excel Events

"AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <AliR@online.nospam>
Mon, 19 May 2008 12:33:10 -0500
It's not clear how you are using the Excel ActiveX control.

You mentioned "launch the excel" in a previous post. What does that mean
exactly? Launch using ShellExcute or CoCreateInstance.

I was under the impression that you have right clicked on your dialog box
and selected "Insert ActiveX Control..." Then selected the "Microsoft
Office Spreadsheet 1X.0". If you do this then it will show up there. You
would normally also right click on the spreadsheet control that is now
displayed on your dialog box and click "Add Variable" to assign a member
variable to the control (m_SpreadSheet).


"ooxoo" <> wrote in message

Yes, sorry, you are right, the steps are the same.
however in the event section, i get only control for buttons in the dialog
box, I don't get the one for the sheet.
I do not know how to have it.

"Scott McPhillips [MVP]" wrote:

"ooxoo" <> wrote in message

thank you for your answer.

Unfortunately, I don't use CFormView. I just use a dialog box to launch
excel but then the excel instance is independant of the dialog box!
To automate Excel I have followed these steps:

What do I have to do to have the control?
I m going to search information about CFormview.

The steps are the same for CFormView or CDialog. Read Ali's answer

Scott McPhillips [VC++ MVP]

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