Generally speaking, if information in one cell is a long sentence or formed with several sentences, it will be displayed within one line by default and the contents over the width of cell will not be displayed if there are data in next cell. In order to have all the contents presented, Excel provides users with function to wrap text in cell.
After setting to wrap text, contents in one cell will be put in several lines according to cell size. When merging cells, this function is often used because contents in merged cell may be a summary of data information.
In this post, I want to share the method to wrap text in Excel with C#/VB.NET.
There is an Excel file which saves students information of one class. In Additional column, length of some information is longer than column width so that I will wrap text for these cells. And then set format for cells in which text has been wrapped.
In order to realize this function more easily and quickly, I use a .NET Excel component, Spire.XLS for .NET in this example. Therefore, at the beginning, I add its dll file as reference in my project.
I. Load Excel file which I want to wrap text from computer and initialize worksheet.
Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
Worksheet sheet = workbook.Worksheets;
Dim workbook As New Workbook()
Dim sheet As Worksheet = workbook.Worksheets(0)
II. Confirm cell range and assign true value for sheet.Range.IsWrapText.
sheet.Range[“G3”].IsWrapText = true;
sheet.Range[“G11”].IsWrapText = true;
sheet.Range(“G3”).IsWrapText = True
sheet.Range(“G11”).IsWrapText = True
III. Set format for cells in which text has been wrapped, including background color. Then, set row height and column width to make the appearance better.
sheet.Range[“G3”].Style.Color = Color.SpringGreen;
sheet.Range[“G11”].Style.Color = Color.DeepSkyBlue;
sheet.Range[“G11”].RowHeight = 30;
sheet.Range[“G11”].ColumnWidth = 40;
sheet.Range(“G3”).Style.Color = Color.SpringGreen
sheet.Range(“G11”).Style.Color = Color.DeepSkyBlue
sheet.Range(“G11”).RowHeight = 30
sheet.Range(“G11”).ColumnWidth = 40
IV. Save this document with another name by using workbook.SaveToFile() method. Then launch it.
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