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MFC and VBA

Hi! Can anyone recomend sample code or book to see how to implement VBA in MFC?
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Tommy HuiEngineerCommented:
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gelbertAuthor Commented:
Thanks for advice. It is great sample how to use VBScript but I am looking for VBA(Visual Basic for Applications) samples. Sorry but I have to reject. I will wait about a week or two and if no one post anything better then I will award you points
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gemmeCommented:
I am involved in a project doing just what you asked.   I have got a great deal of information from "Inside Visual C++" by David j. Kurglinski.  I have the older version that deals with version 4.0 but it still gave good example of creating OLE automation servers and controllers from VBA inside Excel in chapter 23.  If you know how to add automation to a project after creating it with app wizard without automation, let me know.

Good luck
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gelbertAuthor Commented:
Thanks for answer but I am looking for good sample of MFC application which in INTEGRATING VBA into itself that means I am looking for app which supports all interfaces which you have to support like IVBA and other.
  If you need insert Autmation in your app then just create new application which support Automation with Wizard and cut and paste code. I do it this way.
  By the way company called SummitSoft which is official VBA agent for Microsoft is selling VBfx ( wizard + library) to attach VBA to MFC but you have staticly link your app to library size of 5.8 MB (in debug). So I am looking for way how to use OLE interfaces directly to integrate VBA.
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gelbertAuthor Commented:
Thui, I am ready tp award you 100 points for your answer. It did not answer my question but anyway I liked sample. Just post something as an answer and I would accept it.
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gemmeCommented:
Thank you. I would be interested in any other information you come across that deals with this subject.
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Tommy HuiEngineerCommented:
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