XlCondFmtRuleTimePeriod Class

Represents the “Date Occurring…” conditional formatting rule.

Namespace: DevExpress.Export.Xl

Assembly: DevExpress.Printing.v21.1.Core.dll

Declaration

public class XlCondFmtRuleTimePeriod :
    XlCondFmtRuleWithFormatting

Remarks

The conditional formatting rule specified by the XlCondFmtRuleTimePeriod object highlights cells containing dates in the specified time period.

Example

// Create an instance of the XlConditionalFormatting class. 
XlConditionalFormatting formatting = new XlConditionalFormatting();
// Specify the cell range to which the conditional formatting rules should be applied (A1:A10).
formatting.Ranges.Add(XlCellRange.FromLTRB(0, 0, 0, 9));
// Create the rule to highlight yesterday's dates in the cell range.
XlCondFmtRuleTimePeriod rule = new XlCondFmtRuleTimePeriod();
rule.TimePeriod = XlCondFmtTimePeriod.Yesterday;
// Specify formatting settings to be applied to cells if the condition is true.
rule.Formatting = XlCellFormatting.Bad;
formatting.Rules.Add(rule);
// Create the rule to highlight today's dates in the cell range.
rule = new XlCondFmtRuleTimePeriod();
rule.TimePeriod = XlCondFmtTimePeriod.Today;
// Specify formatting settings to be applied to cells if the condition is true.
rule.Formatting = XlCellFormatting.Good;
formatting.Rules.Add(rule);
// Create the rule to highlight tomorrows's dates in the cell range.
rule = new XlCondFmtRuleTimePeriod();
rule.TimePeriod = XlCondFmtTimePeriod.Tomorrow;
// Specify formatting settings to be applied to cells if the condition is true.
rule.Formatting = XlCellFormatting.Neutral;
formatting.Rules.Add(rule);
// Add the specified format options to the worksheet collection of conditional formats.
sheet.ConditionalFormattings.Add(formatting);

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