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How to: Align Cell Content

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This example demonstrates how to specify the alignment of cell content by modifying the Alignment object accessed via the Formatting.Alignment property of the Cell object.

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Cell cellA1 = worksheet.Cells["A1"];
cellA1.Value = "Right and top";
cellA1.Alignment.Horizontal = SpreadsheetHorizontalAlignment.Right;
cellA1.Alignment.Vertical = SpreadsheetVerticalAlignment.Top;

Cell cellA2 = worksheet.Cells["A2"];
cellA2.Value = "Center";
cellA2.Alignment.Horizontal = SpreadsheetHorizontalAlignment.Center;
cellA2.Alignment.Vertical = SpreadsheetVerticalAlignment.Center;

Cell cellA3 = worksheet.Cells["A3"];
cellA3.Value = "Left and bottom, indent";
cellA3.Alignment.Indent = 2;

Cell cellA4 = worksheet.Cells["A4"];
cellA4.Value = "The Alignment.WrapText property is applied to wrap the text within a cell";
cellA4.Alignment.WrapText = true;

Cell cellA5 = worksheet.Cells["A5"];
cellA5.Value = "Rotation by 45 degrees";
cellA5.Alignment.RotationAngle = 45;

The image below shows how text can be aligned within worksheet cells.