Uses the CXlDialog class to display native Excel dialogs
This project contains a number of dialog classes, descended from CXlDialog, which demonstrate the use of Excel native dialogs.
It also makes use of the CXlMenu class to install a user-defined menu in Excel's main application menu bar.
CXlDialog | CXlDialog::EndDialog | CXlDialog::SetFocus | CXlDialog::Show | CXlDialog::Add | CXlControl | CXlControl::SetEnabled | CXlControl::GetValue | CXlControl::SetValue | CXlControl::GetText | CXlControl::SetText | CXlControlGroupBox | CXlControlOptionGroup | CXlControlOption | CXlControlStatic | CXlControlNumberEdit | CXlControlOK | CXlControlCancel | CXlControlTextEdit | CXlControlRefEdit | CXlControlFormulaEdit | CXlMenu | CXllApp::OnXllOpenEx | CXllApp::OnXllClose
Each sample project is located in a sub-directory of the Samples directory of the XLL+ installation. To use the sample project, open the solution file Dialogs.sln or the project file Dialogs.vcproj.
You can enable debugging under Excel by using the Setup Debugging command in the XLL+ ToolWindow.
When delivered, the help files are excluded from the build.
You can enable the help build by selecting the files
in the Solution Explorer,
and using the right-click menu to view Properties.
Select the page "Configuration Properties/General" and
set the "Excluded from build" property to "No".
See Generating help
in the User Guide for more information.