You can use MATLAB code in Microsoft Excel by creating Excel add-ins. These add-ins can take the form of custom functions or can be integrated with Excel macros using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA).
Learn how to create an Excel add-in.
Try an example on how to create an add-in containing a custom function for use within Excel and test it in an Excel workbook.
Create Excel add-ins from your MATLAB code.
Useful programming techniques for integrating your deployable COM component into a Microsoft Visual Basic® Application.
This example illustrates the creation of a comprehensive Excel add-in to perform spectral analysis.
Distribute your COM component, add-in, and VBA application to end-users.
Workflow to incorporate your COM component into Microsoft Excel using the Function Wizard.
The option to build and package MATLAB code from within the Function Wizard for Excel add-ins will be removed in a future release.
Execute and test your functions, create macros, and more with the Function Wizard
General information about the two major workflows for creating Microsoft Excel add-ins.
Referencing the classes in your programming environment.
Describes the process of converting data between MATLAB and Microsoft COM variants.
Describes the flags that control the formatting of data.
Describes the flags that control the conversion of data.
This appendix provides a table showing errors you may encounter using MATLAB Compiler™, probable causes for these errors, and suggested solutions.