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Use the following links to access reference information about the most important classes and interfaces of the Spreadsheet Document API.
The root object of the non-visual spreadsheet engine that allows you to create, load, edit, save and print spreadsheet documents.
To use this object in production code, you would need to acquire a license for the DevExpress Office File API or DevExpress Universal Subscription.
An individual worksheet in a workbook.
An individual row in a worksheet.
An individual column in a worksheet.
A box at the intersection of a column and a row in a worksheet that can contain worksheet data, a formula and formatting.
The base interface that provides the functionality required to work with a worksheet cell and a range of cells.
A data value contained in a cell.
An interface containing options to change cell format settings: fill, font, alignment, borders, and number format.
Rich formatted text in a cell.
The base interface for conditional formatting rules.
A name that refers to a cell, cell range, formula, or constant value.
An interface that provides access to the built-in worksheet functions divided into categories by their functionality and allows you to override a specific function.
An interface that provides basic properties and methods required to implement a custom worksheet function.
Provides the capability to calculate and parse worksheet formulas. See Formula Engine.
A hyperlink associated with a cell or cell range.
A comment attached to a worksheet cell.
A common class for drawing objects in a worksheet.
An embedded image in a worksheet.
An embedded chart in a worksheet.
A sparkline within a cell.
A table in a worksheet.
A PivotTable report in a worksheet.
An interface containing information about a cell range bound to an external data source or used to create a data source.