Future of DDE?


G

Guest

I have a contractor rewriting some code that ultimately generates reports in
an Excel spreadsheet. The old process was that our data crunching software
would spit out data, then we'd run a VBA macro to pull it into the
spreadsheet and do all the formatting.

However, on the rewrite, I notice that he's using dde in the new data
crunching software to generate the spreadsheet. I guess I was under the
impression that dde is rather old and obsolete. Is that correct and does
anyone have any knowledge of its future support in Excel?
Thanks
 
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R

Rody Meulman

Not really sure in the case of Excel, but in VB 6.0 it was working, but no
longer under VB.NET, so you can do the math yourself i think......



Grtz,
Rody
 

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