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Hello group,

I hope my quesiton won't sound stupid but I never had/used apple machines but I know there is an Microsoft Office version for Macs. I have written a COM Add-In Server for Excel and was wondering if I can use it for Excel installed on apples machines!!!

Is this possible?

Regards,
ak
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Sorry, No as OSX does not support COM modules .. as it is a UNIX -based operating system.

Only Excel Macros are cross-platform (and even they are not always completely compatible)
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Thanks for sharing this.

Regards,
ak
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