What's New in XLL Plus 7

XLL+ 7 contains some exciting new features and enhancements, including:

Support for Visual Studio 2015

XLL+ now works with Microsoft's Visual Studio 2015, including Community Edition.

You can download a trial version here.

Support for Visual Studio 2013

XLL+ now works with Microsoft's new and improved Visual Studio 2013.

You can download a trial version here.

Support for Visual Studio 2012

XLL+ also works with Microsoft's Visual Studio 2012.

You can download a trial version here.

64-bit Support

XLL+ now creates both 32-bit and 64-bit builds of XLL add-ins, so that you can now provide your add-ins to users of Excel 2010 64-bit edition.

Also, all the XLL+ redistributable run-time servers are provided in both 32-bit and 64-bit formats.

See 64-bit libraries in the on-line help for more details.

Office Ribbon

XLL+ 7 provides full support for the Office Ribbon, managing all the COM interface issues, and routing the ribbon messages and events to a C++ event-handler function in your code.

See Ribbon support in the on-line help for more details.

Queued asynchonous functions

XLL+ now supports the new Excel 2010 asynchronous execution feature. This can greatly improve the efficiency of thread-safe functions that contend for a shared resource (such as a database or a data feed).

See Queued asynchonous functions in the on-line help for more details.

Version History

To see the enhancements and changes in earlier versions, use the links below.

What was new in XLL+ 6.3
What was new in XLL+ 6.2
What was new in XLL+ 6.0
What was new in XLL+ 5.0
What was new in XLL+ 4.3