List of Excel Add-in and Automation Functions with Syntax and Arguments

This reference table lists all officially documented Add-in and Automation Functions. It is based on the Excel Help documentation and linked in each row when clicking on the function name. Export the table and/or display additional columns via the symbols to the top right of the table. Please report errors or inconsistencies via the comment function at the bottom of this page. Also check the main table with List of all Excel Functions.

#Excel FunctionDescriptionSyntax with ArgumentsSyntax onlyArguments only
1CALLCalls a procedure in a dynamic link library or code resource=CALL(module_textmodule_text [required]: Quoted text specifying the name of the dynamic link library (DLL) that contains the procedure in Microsoft Excel for Windows., procedureprocedure [required]: Text specifying the name of the function in the DLL in Microsoft Excel for Windows., type_texttype_text [required]: Text specifying the data type of the return value and the data types of all arguments to the DLL or code resource., [argument1argument1 [optional]: Arguments to be passed to the procedure.] ,...])=CALL(module_text, procedure, type_text, [argument1] ,...])
  • module_text (required): Quoted text specifying the name of the dynamic link library (DLL) that contains the procedure in Microsoft Excel for Windows.
  • procedure (required): Text specifying the name of the function in the DLL in Microsoft Excel for Windows.
  • type_text (required): Text specifying the data type of the return value and the data types of all arguments to the DLL or code resource.
  • argument1 (optional): Arguments to be passed to the procedure.
2EUROCONVERTConverts a number to euros, converts a number from euros to a euro member currency, or converts a number from one euro member currency to another by using the euro as an intermediary (triangulation)=EUROCONVERT(numbernumber [required]: The currency value you want to convert, or a reference to a cell containing the value., sourcesource [required]: A three-letter string, or reference to a cell containing the string, corresponding to the ISO code for the source currency., targettarget [required]: A three-letter string, or cell reference, corresponding to the ISO code of the currency to which you want to convert the number., full_precisionfull_precision [required]: A logical value (TRUE or FALSE), or an expression that evaluates to a value of TRUE or FALSE, that specifies how to display the result., triangulation_precisiontriangulation_precision [required]: An integer equal to or greater than 3 that specifies the number of significant digits to be used for the intermediate euro value when converting between two euro member currencies.)=EUROCONVERT(number, source, target, full_precision, triangulation_precision)
  • number (required): The currency value you want to convert, or a reference to a cell containing the value.
  • source (required): A three-letter string, or reference to a cell containing the string, corresponding to the ISO code for the source currency.
  • target (required): A three-letter string, or cell reference, corresponding to the ISO code of the currency to which you want to convert the number.
  • full_precision (required): A logical value (TRUE or FALSE), or an expression that evaluates to a value of TRUE or FALSE, that specifies how to display the result.
  • triangulation_precision (required): An integer equal to or greater than 3 that specifies the number of significant digits to be used for the intermediate euro value when converting between two euro member currencies.
3REGISTER.IDReturns the register ID of the specified dynamic link library (DLL) or code resource that has been previously registered=REGISTER.ID(module_textmodule_text [required]: Text specifying the name of the DLL that contains the function in Microsoft Excel for Windows., procedureprocedure [required]: Text specifying the name of the function in the DLL in Microsoft Excel for Windows., [type_texttype_text [optional]: Text specifying the data type of the return value and the data types of all arguments to the DLL.])=REGISTER.ID(module_text, procedure, [type_text])
  • module_text (required): Text specifying the name of the DLL that contains the function in Microsoft Excel for Windows.
  • procedure (required): Text specifying the name of the function in the DLL in Microsoft Excel for Windows.
  • type_text (optional): Text specifying the data type of the return value and the data types of all arguments to the DLL.

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