Gets or sets the style applied to the table.
When you create a new table, the default table style (TableStyleCollection.DefaultStyle) is automatically applied to the created table. Use the Style property to format a table with any style from the TableStyleCollection collection. By default, the style collection contains a set of built-in styles similar to Microsoft Excel and the None style, which specifies clear table formatting. Built-in styles are defined with the BuiltInTableStyleId enumeration.
spreadsheetControl1.BeginUpdate() ' Access the workbook's collection of table styles. Dim tableStyles As TableStyleCollection = spreadsheetControl1.Document.TableStyles ' Access the built-in table style from the collection by its Id. Dim tableStyle As TableStyle = tableStyles(BuiltInTableStyleId.TableStyleDark9) ' Apply the table style to the existing table. Dim myTable As Table = spreadsheetControl1.ActiveWorksheet.Tables(0) myTable.Style = tableStyle ' Show header and total rows. myTable.ShowHeaders = True myTable.ShowTotals = True ' Apply banded column formatting to the table. myTable.ShowTableStyleRowStripes = False myTable.ShowTableStyleColumnStripes = True spreadsheetControl1.EndUpdate()
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