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    Govert commented  · 

    With Excel-DNA (http://excel-dna.net), any .NET language - C#, VB.NET or F# - can be used to make macros and high-performance user-defined functions.

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    1 comment  ·  Excel for Mac » Macros and Add-ins  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Govert commented  · 

    This would allow us to port add-ins made with .NET and Excel-DNA, like SeoTools http://seotoolsforexcel.com/ and http://community.seotoolsforexcel.com/t/cannot-install-seotools-on-mac-help-please/126.

    With .NET core and Xamarin supporting the various Excel platforms - Mac, Android, iOS and UWP - the only part needed is proper .xll add-in support in Excel everywhere.

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    Thank you for the continued interest in this space. While we don’t have specific plans to announce at this time, we have been researching the topic, conducting customer interviews, and are working with the Python team at Microsoft so we can build a plan that we think can address the scenarios you told us about and ensure it can run wherever Excel runs.

    Keyur [Microsoft Excel]

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    Govert commented  · 

    These awesome add-ins integrate Python and R into existing Excel:

    * Python, using PyXll: https://www.pyxll.com/
    * R using Excel-DNA: https://github.com/Excel-DNA/Samples/tree/master/UsingRDotNet

    Please also support the Excel SDK on other platforms: http://officespdev.uservoice.com/forums/224641-general/suggestions/9960840-port-the-excel-sdk-to-other-platforms
    That can bring the support to Mac and other the platforms.

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    Govert commented  · 

    Have a look at PyXll (https://www.pyxll.com/) - it allows you to make worksheet functions with Python, and much more.

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    Thanks for the suggestion Nick. We’ve got some related work we’re looking at soon, and we’ll be sure to carefully consider if we can get a fix in for this then. As always, more votes helps – so keep voting for the things you care about most.

    Thanks,
    John [MS XL]

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    Govert commented  · 

    @Gareth - The UDFs in Analysis32.xll do not have IntelliSense. In recent Excel versions (I think Excel 2010) those functions have been incorporated into Excel as built-in functions, and no longer require Analysis32.xll to run.

    No .xll or other add-in can provide IntelliSense support without the add-in Excel-DNA IntelliSense helper library (https://github.com/Excel-DNA/IntelliSense).

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