ObjectHelper Type/Class (VBA) - VB.NET Reference?

chrisfleetwood

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Hello All,

I am involved in a project to convert an XLA to VB.NET for Excel DNA.

I have basically copied the code from the XLA and making modifications where necessary to fit the VB.NET syntax, etc. etc.

Note the following screenshot:

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Note that the mobjHelper variable is set to a new instance of the ObjectHelper class. This works fine within VBA but when converted to VB.NET it produces an error. I realized first that it might need to be fully qualified in VB.NET so I searched online and in the Office documentation to find the actual reference information.

I have Googled this ad nauseum and have found no mention at all of the ObjectHelper class/type anywhere online.

Does anyone know anything about the ObjectHelper class? Is it not exposed in Office/Excel?

Any insights on this question will, of course, be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Chris Fleetwood
blkwebman@mindspring.com
 

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