A workbook consists of worksheets. A worksheet is a grid of cells organized into 1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns. Each row is numbered ("1", "2", "3", ..., "1048576"), and each column is lettered ("A", "B", "C", ..., "XFD"). Row and column headings are displayed at the left and at the top of a worksheet, respectively.
Worksheet cells can contain data of different types, and formulas. These cells can be formatted. Proper cell formatting improves worksheet appearance, and allows end-users to read, find and understand worksheet data more easily.
When adjusting cell appearance, you can specify font, font size, character style (bold, italic or underline), text alignment, and different colors for the background and foreground. For details on formatting cells, see the Formatting Cells document as well as the examples in the Formatting Cells section.
A worksheet view holds a set of display settings applied to a worksheet. To change these settings, modify the properties of the WorksheetView object that is accessed via the Worksheet.ActiveView property.