XLL+ 7 for Visual Studio 2017 - licensed.

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Download: XLL+ 7 for Visual Studio 2017 - licensed.
File: setup_xlp7_150R_7_0_9-exe.zip
Version: 7.0.9
Date: 26-Dec-17
Size: 182 MB

What's New in Release 7.0.9

XLL+ 7.0.9 is a new release, which introduces support for Visual Studio 2017. It also contains the following enhancements and fixes:

E00267 NEW - Intellisense
Support for Excel-DNA IntelliSense has been added. An external IntelliSense file is now generated as part of the help build. As a result, if the Excel-DNA IntelliSense add-in is also loaded, context-sensitive help will be displayed when formulae containing XLL+ add-in functions are edited.
E00266 NEW - CXlOper::GetLongFormula
A new method can be used to retrieve very long formula strings (greater than 118 characters), if the standard method fails.
F00176 FIX - Ribbon server incorrectly handled getSelectedItemID callback
Indexed items in ribbons, including dropDown and gallery, which used the attribute getSeletedItemID were not being correctly handled by the ribbon server. This behavior has been fixed.
F00177 FIX - Ribbon server did not implement onChange callback
The callback function matching the attribute onChange was not being invoked by the ribbon server. This behavior has been fixed.
F00178 FIX - Do not call in Formula Wizard fails under Excel 2013 and above
Functions marked as 'Do not call in Formula Wizard' were still being called from the Excel Formula Wizard in Excel 2013 and above. This behavior has been fixed.
F00179 FIX - CXlOper::MakeRef and CXlFuncs::Indirect
CXlOper::MakeRef and CXlFuncs::Indirect for addresses containing only a sheet name and cell address when the workbook name contained a space were failing to resolve in Excel 2010 and above. This behavior has been fixed by adding appropriate single quotes to the address text.
F00180 FIX - VariantToXlOper fails on 1-dimensional arrays
VariantToXlOper fails to convert 1-dimensional arrays into XlOper. This behavior is required from later versons of the Excel object model, which can return 1-dimensional arrays from Range.Value. Previously all arrays were 2-dimensional. The abilty to convert 1-dimensional arrays has been added to VariantToXlOper().

See What's new in XLL+ 7.0 for full details.

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