A named cell style.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Spreadsheet.Core
A style is a named set of predefined cell format characteristics. When applying a style, all format settings are applied to a cell or cell range in a single step. Cell styles are represented by the Style objects and contained within the StyleCollection collection accessible via the IWorkbook.Styles property. This collection includes a set of built-in styles (similar to Microsoft® Excel®) that can be obtained by the corresponding BuiltInStyleId enumeration members and custom styles that can be accessed by their names (Style.Name). Built-in cell styles (including the Normal style, which is applied to all unformatted cells) are contained in the collection by default, while custom styles can be added via the StyleCollection.Add method.
A style object provides a set of properties inherited from the Formatting interface that allow you to modify format attributes of the style. For details, see the How to: Create or Modify a Style example.
This example demonstrates how to format a cell, a range of cells, an entire row or an entire column by applying a style.
- Access the
Styleobject that specifies the style to be applied to a cell or a range of cells. This style should be added to the IWorkbook.Styles collection.
- Assign the required style object to the CellRange.Style property of the cell, cell range, row or column object.
// Access the built-in "Good" MS Excel style from the Styles collection of the workbook. Style styleGood = workbook.Styles[BuiltInStyleId.Good]; // Apply the "Good" style to a range of cells. worksheet.Range["A1:C4"].Style = styleGood; // Access a custom style that has been previously created in the loaded document by its name. Style customStyle = workbook.Styles["Custom Style"]; // Apply the custom style to the cell. worksheet.Cells["D6"].Style = customStyle; // Apply the "Good" style to the eighth row. worksheet.Rows.Style = styleGood; // Apply the custom style to the "H" column. worksheet.Columns["H"].Style = customStyle;