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Can Excel 2007 run Visual Basic .NET?

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I am coding in Excel 2007 with VBA and find it very old. Is there a way to run VB.NET?

Or better yet, C#??

Thanks.
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Not directly, you could try VSTA.
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Within Excel you can only use VBA (Visual Basic for Applications)
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they are right. however depending on what you want to do you can use vb.net to build add-ons for excel. hope this helps.
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Thanks!
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