A workbook consists of worksheets that are stored within the IWorkbook.Worksheets collection. An individual worksheet is a Worksheet object that can be accessed by the worksheet name or position within the workbook via the WorksheetCollection.Item property.
The Worksheet object is also a member of the SheetCollection collection, which contains all sheets in a workbook (both worksheets and ChartSheet objects). You can access an individual sheet by its name or index in the collection.
Use the Worksheet properties to access individual cells and cell ranges (Worksheet.Cells, Worksheet.Range and Worksheet.Item), entire rows and columns (Worksheet.Rows and Worksheet.Columns), as well as objects of different types incorporated into the worksheet (Worksheet.DefinedNames, Worksheet.Hyperlinks, Worksheet.Tables, Worksheet.Shapes, etc.).
For details on how to manage worksheets in a workbook, refer to the Worksheets section of examples.
To get an individual worksheet by its index or name, use the WorksheetCollection.Item property.
using DevExpress.Spreadsheet; // ... IWorkbook workbook = spreadsheetControl1.Document; // Access a collection of worksheets. WorksheetCollection worksheets = workbook.Worksheets; // Access a worksheet by its index. Worksheet worksheet1 = workbook.Worksheets; // Access a worksheet by its name. Worksheet worksheet2 = workbook.Worksheets["Sheet2"];
Imports DevExpress.Spreadsheet ' ... Dim workbook As IWorkbook = spreadsheetControl1.Document ' Access a collection of worksheets. Dim worksheets As WorksheetCollection = workbook.Worksheets ' Access a worksheet by its index. Dim worksheet1 As Worksheet = workbook.Worksheets(0) ' Access a worksheet by its name. Dim worksheet2 As Worksheet = workbook.Worksheets("Sheet2")