I will check on VSTO again. I am looking to put a combobox in a cell that is populated with season codes from a database. Select a season code and the combobox and the cell to the right is populated with styles for the season. Which cascades to a combobox with the colors of the style.
Was going to use the .Validation property of a cell to do this, but the validation list is limited to some limitation that likely dates back to 1992.
Does VSTO replace VBA? Can I double click a cell in the spreadsheet and run .NET code that pops up a WPF form and then populates a row in the spreadsheet from the .NET code? I can attach the VSTO project to an excel spreadsheet just like VBA code? The VSTO code will run on Excel 2007?
I have isolated what is crashing excel 2010 on me. When the button click handler assigns a value to the active cell, excel crashes. Run the code with that single assignment statement commented out, and it runs ok.
-- worksheet double click handler news up a VBA form:
Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
Dim fm2 As frmDummy Set fm2 = New frmDummy fm2.Show Set fm2 = Nothing
-- ok button click handler assigns a value to the active cell. excel 2010 crashes.
Private Sub butOk_Click() Worksheets("Sheet1").Activate Set r1 = ActiveCell.Offset(0, 0) r1.Value = "abc" ' <== comment this out. excel does not crash. Set r1 = Nothing Unload Me End Sub