Spread ASP.NET 14
FarPoint.Web.Spread Assembly / FarPoint.Web.Spread Namespace / SheetView Class / AddSpanCell Method
Row index of cell at which to start the span
Column index of cell at which to start the span
Number of rows to span
Number of columns to span
Example


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    AddSpanCell Method
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    Adds a span of cells to a sheet.
    Syntax
    'Declaration
     
    Public Sub AddSpanCell( _
       ByVal row As Integer, _
       ByVal column As Integer, _
       ByVal rowCount As Integer, _
       ByVal columnCount As Integer _
    ) 
    'Usage
     
    Dim instance As SheetView
    Dim row As Integer
    Dim column As Integer
    Dim rowCount As Integer
    Dim columnCount As Integer
     
    instance.AddSpanCell(row, column, rowCount, columnCount)
    public void AddSpanCell( 
       int row,
       int column,
       int rowCount,
       int columnCount
    )

    Parameters

    row
    Row index of cell at which to start the span
    column
    Column index of cell at which to start the span
    rowCount
    Number of rows to span
    columnCount
    Number of columns to span
    Remarks

    Creating a span of cells creates one large cell where there had previously been several. For example, if you create a span of cells from cell A1 to cell C2, cell A1 then appears to occupy the space from cell A1 through cell C2.

    When you create a span of cells, the data in the first cell in the span (designated by the row and column parameters) occupies all the space in the span. When you create a span, the data that was in each of the cells in the span is still in each cell, but not displayed. The data is simply hidden by the span range. Also, the cell types of the cells combined in the span are not changed.

    You can return whether a specified cell is in a span of cells by calling the GetSpanCell method. You can remove a span from a range of cells by calling the RemoveSpanCell method.

    Note: You cannot sort a sheet that has spanned cells.

    Example
    This example creates a SheetView object, assigns it to the active sheet and sets up a spanned cell.
    FarPoint.Web.Spread.SheetView sv=FpSpread1.ActiveSheetView;
    sv.AddSpanCell(0,0,3,3);
    Dim sv As FarPoint.Web.Spread.SheetView
    sv=FpSpread1.ActiveSheetView
    sv.AddSpanCell(0,0,3,3)
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