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Excel VB.Net : How to programatically add a combobox to all cells in a column

Posted on 2010-01-12
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I have a VB.Net application that references the Excel 12.0 object library to generate spreadsheets which are used to enter  examination results.  I need to modify the application so that a combo box populated with examination course codes is added to each cell in a particular column .  The course codes populating the combobox depend on a parameter selected by the user.

How do I do this?
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RameshS earned 1000 total points
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Please see some sample code in the following link.

Insert Combo box / List Box / Drop Down in Excel Cell using VB.Net
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Distribute the points between two of us.

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