XLL Plus for Visual Studio 2008 Releases

Released: Jul 24, 2014

Updates in this release

Updates in V7.0.6

  • Complex Handle Types - Object handles can now be complex types and can include namespaces and templates. It is no longer necessary to create a typedef for this kind of object.
  • Shared Handles - Object handles can now be shared across separate XLLs, so one XLL can create and publish an object and other XLLs can consume it.
  • Selective Publishing of Add-in Functions - Developers can decide which of the add-ins contained in an XLL will be made available to users. The list can be...

Released: May 16, 2011

Updates in this release

Updates in V7.0

  • 64 bit support - XLL Plus now creates both 32 bit and 64 bit add-ins, so that you can now provide add-ins to users of Excel 2010 64 bit edition. Also, all the XLL Plus redistributable run-time servers are provided in both 32 bit and 64 bit formats.
  • Office Ribbon - XLL Plus provides full support for Microsoft Office Ribbons, managing all the COM interface issues, and routing ribbon messages and events to a C++ event-handler function in your code.
  • Queued asynchronous functions...

Released: Jun 2, 2010

Updates in this release

Updates in V6.3

  • Hidden regions
    Almost all of the generated code is now surrounded by #pragma region blocks. This means that almost all of the implementation code for each add-in can be hidden, and you need only see the code that is interesting - the function signature and your own code.
  • XLL Wrapper Libraries
    Sometimes it is useful to be able to call your Excel add-in functions from other environments, such as command-line programs or interactive applications, written in C++, Java, C# or Visual...

Released: Nov 25, 2009

Updates in this release

Updates in V6.2.4

  • Support added for Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Support added for Windows Vista (64-bit)