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24108 Jan 28,2005 08:11 AM UTC Jan 31,2005 05:02 AM UTC WinForms 1
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Laurent ARNAL
Asked On January 28, 2005 08:11 AM UTC

Hi, I try to change cell formatting on a workbook, using the different example you give. This work ok, but the way formatting are apply to cell sounds strange. For each formatting I try to put, ExcelRW seems to create a associate Style. Is there any way to bypass this. I don''t want to end with a woorksheet with hundred of style inside. Thunks.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 31, 2005 05:02 AM UTC

Hi Laurent, You can use common styles to apply the same style to different sections in the spreadsheet. Please refer to this link for a code snippet and sample http://www.syncfusion.com/support/EvaluationCenter/viewsource.aspx?lang=csharp&id=244 We are also considering to eliminate duplicate styles when the workbook is saved but this enhancement would not be available soon. Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >Hi, > >I try to change cell formatting on a workbook, using the different example you give. > >This work ok, but the way formatting are apply to cell sounds strange. For each formatting I try to put, ExcelRW seems to create a associate Style. > >Is there any way to bypass this. I don''t want to end with a woorksheet with hundred of style inside. > >Thunks.

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