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CellRangeIndexingMode Property

Gets indexing mode used for cell range.

Namespace:  GemBox.Spreadsheet
Assembly:  GemBox.Spreadsheet (in GemBox.Spreadsheet.dll) Version:
public RangeIndexingMode IndexingMode { get; }

Property Value

Type: RangeIndexingMode

If Height is 1, indexing mode is Horizontal.

Otherwise, if Width is 1, indexing mode is Vertical.

Otherwise, indexing mode is Rectangular.


Following code creates horizontal, vertical and rectangular cell ranges and demonstrates how indexing works different in different context. SetBorders(MultipleBorders, SpreadsheetColor, LineStyle) method is used to mark outside borders of the rectangular range.

CellRange cr = excelFile.Worksheets[0].Rows[1].Cells;

cr[0].Value = cr.IndexingMode;
cr[3].Value = "D2";
cr["B"].Value = "B2";

cr = excelFile.Worksheets[0].Columns[4].Cells;

cr[0].Value = cr.IndexingMode;
cr[2].Value = "E3";
cr["5"].Value = "E5";

cr = excelFile.Worksheets[0].Cells.GetSubrange("F2", "J8");
cr.Style.Borders.SetBorders(MultipleBorders.Outside, SpreadsheetColor.FromName(ColorName.Blue), LineStyle.Dashed);

cr["I7"].Value = cr.IndexingMode;
cr[0, 0].Value = "F2";
cr["G3"].Value = "G3";
cr[5].Value = "F3"; // Cell range width is 5 (F G H I J).

cr = excelFile.Worksheets[0].Cells.GetSubrange("F10:J16"); // Using A1 notation.
cr.Style.Borders.SetBorders(MultipleBorders.Outside, SpreadsheetColor.FromName(ColorName.Blue), LineStyle.Dashed);

cr["I15"].Value = cr.IndexingMode;
cr[0].Value = "F10";
cr["F11"].Value = "F11";
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