In this article I’ll show a simple example of nicely formatting a header row in a generated Excel document (using the open source ClosedXML library).
If you would first like some background into setting up and calling functions using .Net and the ClosedXML library, have a look at a previous article I wrote, or visit my site (jwcooney.com) and browse the available categories. Continue reading “ClosedXML Nicely Formatted Header Row”
Excel is a great tool for data manipulation. One feature that can come in handy is the ability to pivot a data row into a column or pivot data in a column of information into a row. Continue reading “Pivot a Row or Column of Data in Excel”
I’ve been playing around with the ClosedXML.Excel library for creating or reading MS Excel documents in your ASP.NET code. Bottom line is that this tool is going to save you a lot of time:
- In simplifying your task of putting the Workbook and Worksheets together
- and I can’t stress enough how much time this will save you from trying to re-jig your Web server to serve Excel documents using the Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel library.
Continue reading “Using ClosedXML.Excel with ASP.NET to Generate Excel Documents on the Fly”