Hi,on exporting data from an Excel sheet, I want to unmerge all merged cells since otherwise I loose the data in all but the first cell of a merged area.Since there is no option for this on ExportDataTable(), my idea was to unmerge the cells before exporting them, maybe explicitly set the values.Please see the following example code, it runs fine this way but looses the data still. If I simply try to store the cells of the merged area, the loop breaks.Dim workbook As IWorkbook = excelengine.Excel.Workbooks.Open(Server.MapPath("/upload/") + "upload.xls")Dim sheet As Syncfusion.XlsIO.IWorksheet = workbook.Worksheets(0)For Each rng As IRange In sheet.UsedRangeIf rng.IsMerged Then'Dim cells = rng.MergeArea.Cells.ToList 'Breaks as soon as you uncomment this linerng.UnMerge()'For Each cell In cells' cell.Value = rng.Value'NextEnd IfNextDim newParts As DataTable = sheet.ExportDataTable(sheet.UsedRange, ExcelExportDataTableOptions.ColumnNames)Anyone got an idea for that? Best way would be either an option on .ExportDataTable() or on the .unmerge() command that doesn't break the loop.
Just found out that accessing the property 'MergeArea' breaks 'UsedRange'
For Each rng As IRange In sheet.UsedRange
If rng.IsMerged Then
Dim cells = rng.MergeArea.Cells ' Breaks the loop, 'UsedRange' changes
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