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Named Ranges.

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109762 Jul 2,2013 10:58 PM UTC Jul 3,2013 06:14 AM UTC WPF 1
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Tags: SpreadsheetControl(Classic)
Carlos Diaz
Asked On July 2, 2013 10:58 PM UTC

Hello,

I'm trying to create Named Ranges from code but I'm unable to create them, basically I need to assign a name to a particular cell in order to reference it from other sheets.

Thanks in advance.

Carlos Diaz.

Pannir Selvam S [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 3, 2013 06:14 AM UTC

Hi Carlos,

 

Thanks for contacting Syncfusion support.

 

You can define the named ranges in the Spreadsheet by using the following code snippet.

 

Code Snippet[C#]:

 
this.spreadSheetControl.WorkBookLoaded += spreadSheetControl_WorkBookLoaded;
 
void spreadSheetControl_WorkBookLoaded(object sender, WorkbookLoadedEventArgs args)
{
    IWorkbook workbook = this.spreadSheetControl.ExcelProperties.WorkBook;
    GridControl grid = this.spreadSheetControl.GridProperties.ActiveSpreadsheetGrid;
 
    IName name1 = workbook.Names.Add("FIRSTCELL");
    name1.RefersToRange = workbook.ActiveSheet.Range["A1"];
    grid.Model.FormulaEngine.AddNamedRange(name1.Name, name1.Value);
}

 

 

We have prepared a sample based on this and you can find the sample from the below location.

 

Please let us know if you have any other queries.

 

Regards,

Pannir



SpreadsheetDemo_WPF_39cd6eb2.zip

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