Use the Worksheet.Cells property to access the object that implements the CellCollection interface. This object represents a range that includes all cells of the worksheet. The CellCollection interface is inherited from the CellRange interface, which provides basic functionality to work with worksheet cells and cell ranges. For details on how to access and manage cells, see the Cells and Cell Ranges document and the Cells section of examples.
This example demonstrates several ways to access individual cells.
- By row and column indexes of a cell via the Worksheet.Item property.
- By a cell reference (for example, A1, B2, etc.) or by row and column indexes from the worksheet's collection of cells. Use the CellCollection.Item property.
By a column index or column heading from the specified row. Use the Row.Item property.
By a row index or row heading from the specified column. Use the Column.Item property.
See the How to: Access a Row or Column example to learn how to get an individual row or column.
- By a cell index from the specified range of cells, or by row and column offsets relative to the cell range. Use the CellRange.Item property. See the How to: Access a Range of Cells document to learn how to access an individual range of cells in a worksheet.
using DevExpress.Spreadsheet; // ... IWorkbook workbook = spreadsheetControl1.Document; Worksheet worksheet = workbook.Worksheets; Cell cellA1 = worksheet[0, 0]; // Cell A1 Cell cellB2 = worksheet.Cells["B2"]; // Cell B2 Cell cellC2 = worksheet.Cells[1, 2]; // Cell C2 Cell cellD3 = worksheet.Cells[2, 3]; // Cell D3 Cell cellE4 = worksheet.Rows["E"]; // Cell E4 Cell cellF4 = worksheet.Rows["4"]; // Cell F4 Cell cellG5 = worksheet.Columns; // Cell G5 Cell cellH6 = worksheet.Columns["H"]; // Cell H6 Cell cellI7 = worksheet.Columns["I"]["7"]; // Cell I7 // Access a cell from the range of cells. Cell cellB5 = worksheet.Range["B3:D6"]; // Cell B5 Cell cellD6 = worksheet.Range["B3:D6"][3, 2]; // Cell D6