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The following articles are available for the 'Add-Ins' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.
Automatically Loading Add-ins
Want to load a particular add-in for use with a specific worksheet? Here's a quick way to do it using macros.
Excluding a Specific Add-In at Startup
Got an add-in that you don't want loaded each time that Excel starts up? Here's a few ways that you can exclude it.
Add-ins are used to extend Excel's capabilities in lots of different ways. If you want to get rid of an add-in completely, you'll love the technique described in this tip.
The EDATE Function
Want to figure a date a certain number of months in the future or past? The EDATE function may be just what you need for your calculation.
The primary way to extend what Excel can do is through the use of add-ins. This tip explains what they are and the benefits of using them.
Using Custom Add-Ins
Once you've created your custom add-in, you need to know how you or other people can use it. Here are the simple steps to making your add-in part of Excel.
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