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Office 365 .NET Interop

Office 365 .NET Interop

Office 365 .NET Interop

thread222-1773633: Office 365 .NET Interop?

I'm having what I believe the same issues as you say you have resolved, but I was wondering if I could get a little more clarification.

I have a .net desktop application which uses the Office 365 Interop, specifically the version 14 libraries so mention and Excel. The application works perfectly on my PC, which is a Windows 10 machine. It also installs and works correctly on a client PC, also a Windows 10 machine. However, it fails on a Windows 7 machine.

Can you explain what the executable is you installed on the network to get this to work please?

Many thanks


RE: Office 365 .NET Interop

You are probably better off asking in forum1867: Visual Basic (Microsoft) VB.NET

Unfortunately, a few years ago the VB classic forum (this one) was incorrectly merged with the VB.NET forum, which is why there appears to be a large number of VB.NET posts in here as it proved impossible for site management to unmerge the threads when they recreated the VB.NET forum

RE: Office 365 .NET Interop

We have a similar issue and point at version 14 to compile which seems to be backward compatible with Window 10 version 16.

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