How Do I get my VB.NET DLL functions to show up in VBA Object Browser?
Posted on 2010-11-26
I recently coded a VB.NET class in Visual Studio 2010 which has a bunch of public functions in them. I compiled the DLL and referenced it in Excel VBA. I can see the class name in the object browser, and I can see a public structure I have in the DLL, but none of the functions in the class are visible in the object browser.
What's funny is that I can create an instance of the class and call the functions, but none of the functions show up in Intellisense. How can I get those functions to show up in the object browser? Is this an issue of late vs. early binding?