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Excel VB.net Add-in vs Managed Spreadsheet

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Hi. I am developing several add-ins in tandem and find that the SheetChange causes complication because it fires no matter which add-in you are using. I was thinking of just foing a straight Excel 2007 Workbook application instead. What are the advantages of doing it this way?

    Private Sub Application_SheetChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range) Handles Application.SheetChange
        MsgBox("Hello")
    End Sub
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It all depends on what your application/add-in needs to do and what not and what this SheetChange event is supposed to do and when it is NOT supposed to do it.

So if you can try to explain that to us perhaps?
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thanks
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