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Visual Basic Tools for Office 2005 - Embed Managed sheet in form

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Can you embed the anaged spreadsheet in a VSTO 2005 project in a windows form, so that it looks like part of that form
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maybe there is a way...
if you go to your form, and on the toolbox select to add additional controls. then see if you have a control named Microsoft Office Spreadsheet 10, or 11, or a number corresponding to your excel installation. if you do have it, check it and press OK. now i think you may be able to drag this control to the form.
i dont know how to use it though.
NY
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i found this Outlook code, but its similar i guess.
http://www.outlookcode.com/d/spreadsheetcontrol.htm
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Thanks very uch for the help. I'll have a play
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ok, thanks for the points and just return to this question if you have problems
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