An individual cell is a box at the intersection of a column and row. Thus, a cell reference is usually a combination of a column letter and a row number. For example, C3 refers to a cell that belongs to column C and row 3. Other cell reference styles and types are also supported.
You can format cells to improve worksheet appearance, and make it easy for end-users to read and understand its content.
When working with worksheet data, you can access and modify individual cells (Cell) as well as cell ranges (CellRange).
The CellRange interface provides the basic functionality required to work with worksheet cells.
When working with a worksheet (for example, formatting cells or processing data), you can manipulate not only individual cells but also cell ranges. You can access a range of contiguous cells (CellRange) or a cell range that includes the entire content of a worksheet (the worksheet's used range).
Sets data of a specified type to a cell or a cell range. You can also use this property to retrieve information about the type of a cell's actual value, and get the cell value itself as an object of the corresponding type. If a cell contains a formula, this property returns a value resulting from the formula.