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Custom name for each excel tab

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151249 Feb 5,2020 06:25 AM UTC Mar 3,2020 01:10 PM UTC Angular - EJ 2 3
Tags: Grid
Arjuna Dratharashtra
Asked On February 5, 2020 06:25 AM UTC

I would like to have meaningful names for each sheet when I export multiple grids in the same excel file. Currently they name as Sheet1, Sheet2 etc. I want them to have custom names. Please help.

Prasanna Kumar Viswanathan [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 6, 2020 11:45 AM UTC

Hi Arjuna , 
Greetings from Syncfusion support 
Query : Custom name for each excel tab 
To achieve this query we suggest to use the Workbook concept in Excel export. Here, we can change the excel tab name using the Name property in Workbook concept. Please follow the below code snippet and sample for more reference. 

import { Component, OnInit, ViewChild } from '@angular/core'; 
import { Workbook } from '@syncfusion/ej2-excel-export'; 

    selector: 'app-root', 
    template: `<p><b>First Grid:</b></p> 
    <ejs-grid #grid1 id='firstGrid' [dataSource]='fData' [toolbar]='toolbarOptions' [allowExcelExport]='true' 
                <p><b>Second Grid:</b></p> 
                <ejs-grid #grid2 id='secondGrid' [dataSource]='sData' [allowExcelExport]='true'> 
export class AppComponent implements OnInit { 

    public fData: object[]; 
    public sData: object[]; 
    public names: any ; 

    ngOnInit(): void { 
        this.fData = data.slice(0, 5); 
        this.names = ["OrderDetail", "EmployeeDetail"];    // here you can customize the sheet names 

    toolbarClick = (args: ClickEventArgs) => { 
      var firstGrid = (document.getElementById("firstGrid") as any).ej2_instances[0]; 
        if (args.item.id === 'firstGrid_excelexport') { 
      var appendExcelExportProperties = { 
      multipleExport: { type: 'NewSheet' } 
    var Grids = []; 
    for (var i = 0; i < document.querySelectorAll(".e-grid").length; i++) { 
      var grid = (document.getElementById(document.querySelectorAll(".e-grid")[i].id) as any).ej2_instances[0]; 
    if (Grids.length > 1) { 
      (appendExcelExportProperties.header.rows[0].cells[0] as any).value = this.names[0]; 
      var firstGridExport = firstGrid.excelExport(appendExcelExportProperties, true).then(function (fData) { 
        fData.worksheets[0].name = this.names[0]; 
        this.exportData = fData; 
        for (var j = 1; j < Grids.length - 1; j++) { 
          (appendExcelExportProperties.header.rows[0].cells[0] as any).value = this.names[1]; 
          Grids[j].excelExport(appendExcelExportProperties, true, this.exportData).then(function (wb) { 
            (appendExcelExportProperties.header.rows[0].cells[0] as any).value = this.names[wb.worksheets.length]; 
            this.exportData = wb; 
            if (this.exportData.worksheets.length === (Grids.length - 1)) { 
              for (var k = 0; k < this.exportData.worksheets.length; k++) { 
                if (!this.exportData.worksheets[k].name) { 
                  this.exportData.worksheets[k].name = this.names[k];          //Sheet name is changed to the given string values 
        var lastGridExport = Grids[Grids.length - 1].excelExport(appendExcelExportProperties, true, this.exportData).then(function (wb) { 
          (appendExcelExportProperties.header.rows[0].cells[0] as any).value = this.names[this.names.length - 1]; 
          wb.worksheets[wb.worksheets.length - 1].name = this.names[Grids.length - 1]; 
          const book = new Workbook(wb, 'xlsx');            //  Stores the changed name as workbook 
          book.save('Export.xlsx');                                       //  Save the stored file in Excel format 
Please get back to us if you need further assistance 
Prasanna Kumar N.S.V 

Arjuna Dratharashtra
Replied On March 2, 2020 05:39 PM UTC

Thank you very much for the solution. Actually used a promise chain from grid.excelExport and pushed them to Workbook object.

Gokul Ramalingam [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 3, 2020 01:10 PM UTC

Hi Arjuna, 
We are happy to hear that your issue has been resolved. 
Please get back to us if you need further assistance. 
Gokul R 


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