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How to detect if a range is INCLUDED or EXCLUDED by an autofilter option?

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133046 Oct 5,2017 11:30 AM Oct 8,2017 11:06 AM WPF 1
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Gian
Asked On October 5, 2017 11:30 AM

We need to know if a range is visible or hidden (excluded) in an autofilter's range: is it possible?



Thirumurugan Loganathan [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 8, 2017 11:06 AM

Hi Gian, 
 
You can detect visible or hidden row of the AutoFilter’s ranges by using IsRowVisible property of the Worksheet. Please refer the below code sample for your reference. 
 
this.spreadsheetControl.WorkbookLoaded += SpreadsheetControl_WorkbookLoaded; 
 
private void SpreadsheetControl_WorkbookLoaded(object sender, WorkbookLoadedEventArgs args) 
{ 
            if (spreadsheetControl.ActiveSheet.AutoFilters.Count > 0) 
            { 
                        var firstRow = spreadsheetControl.ActiveSheet.AutoFilters.FilterRange.Row; 
                        var LastRow = spreadsheetControl.ActiveSheet.AutoFilters.FilterRange.LastRow; 
                        for (int row = firstRow; row <= LastRow; row++) 
                        { 
                                    bool isRowVisible = spreadsheetControl.ActiveSheet.IsRowVisible(row); 
                        } 
            } 
} 
 
 
Regards, 
Thirumurugan 


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