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C# Component for non .NET clients

Using C# Express, I am able to create a DLL that is usable by non .NET
clients such as Excel.
// Create a late bound instance, works
Set CDLL = CreateObject("C lassLibrary1.Cl ass1")
// Call a method in it, works

That is, all the methods are exposed. However, none of the properties within
the DLL are exposed (are visible) and neither are the events.

How do I expose the Properties & Events?

Thanks for your help.
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Thanks Mark.

I also found this useful:


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