VB.net Excel 2007 Workbook Project Right click

Posted on 2013-01-13
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Last Modified: 2013-01-18

In a VB.net Excel 2007 Workbook Project how do you handle the right click event behind Sheet1. At the moment I can only see the Sheet in my project. How do I get behind that Sheet.
I am probably missing the obvious
Question by:Murray Brown
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What do you mean by "behind Sheet1"


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by:Murray Brown
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In Excel VBA you can code behind the Sheet1 class.

I want to do the same but in VSTO

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Figured it out. Right Click >> View Code

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