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Passing the current url to Excel

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi, I need to pass the current url in the website to Excel.

Case is

Step 1: I got a button in the website, click this button to close the window and grab the current url, save this url as a variable. (Done)

Step 2: create a variable in Excel-addin projct (C#, .net4, vs 2010) which is used to save this url. (Done)

Step 3: Pass this url from website to c# Project. (Don't know how to do it)


Can anyone help me please??


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