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SpreadsheetFont.Bold Property

Gets or sets the value indicating whether the cell content is formatted as bold.

Namespace: DevExpress.Spreadsheet

Assembly: DevExpress.Spreadsheet.v22.1.Core.dll

Declaration

bool Bold { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Description
Boolean

true, if the cell text is bold; otherwise, false.

Remarks

To specify all the required font characteristics, use the SpreadsheetFont object properties such as SpreadsheetFont.Name, SpreadsheetFont.Size, SpreadsheetFont.Color, SpreadsheetFont.Script, etc. Access this object via the Formatting.Font property.

For examples on how to specify formatting for an individual cell and cell range or modify a style, refer to the How to: Format a Cell or Range of Cells or How to: Create or Modify a Style document, respectively.

You can also use the SpreadsheetFont.FontStyle property to specify the font style.

Example

This example demonstrates how to format cell font characteristics (e.g., font name, size, color, style) by modifying the SpreadsheetFont object accessed via the Formatting.Font property of the Cell object.

View Example

// Access the Font object.
SpreadsheetFont cellFont = worksheet.Cells["A1"].Font;
// Set the font name.
cellFont.Name = "Times New Roman";
// Set the font size.
cellFont.Size = 14;
// Set the font color.
cellFont.Color = Color.Blue;
// Format text as bold.
cellFont.Bold = true;
// Set font to be underlined.
cellFont.UnderlineType = UnderlineType.Single;

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