Class: Axlsx::Worksheet

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Includes:
OptionsParser, SerializedAttributes
Defined in:
lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb

Overview

The Worksheet class represents a worksheet in the workbook.

Constant Summary collapse

THIN_CHARS =

definition of characters which are less than the maximum width of 0-9 in the default font for use in String#count. This is used for autowidth calculations

'^.acfijklrstxzFIJL()-'.freeze

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from SerializedAttributes

#declared_attributes, included, #serialized_attributes, #serialized_element_attributes, #serialized_tag

Methods included from OptionsParser

#parse_options

Constructor Details

#initialize(wb, options = {}) {|_self| ... } ⇒ Worksheet

Note:

the recommended way to manage worksheets is Workbook#add_worksheet

Creates a new worksheet.

Parameters:

  • options (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    a customizable set of options

Options Hash (options):

  • name (String)

    The name of this worksheet.

  • page_margins (Hash)

    A hash containing page margins for this worksheet. @see PageMargins

  • print_options (Hash)

    A hash containing print options for this worksheet. @see PrintOptions

  • header_footer (Hash)

    A hash containing header/footer options for this worksheet. @see HeaderFooter

  • show_gridlines (Boolean)

    indicates if gridlines should be shown for this sheet.

Yields:

  • (_self)

Yield Parameters:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 20

def initialize(wb, options={})
  self.workbook = wb
  @sheet_protection = nil
  initialize_page_options(options)
  parse_options options
  @workbook.worksheets << self
  @sheet_id = index + 1
  yield self if block_given?
end

Instance Attribute Details

#preserve_spacesObject

Accessor for controlling whether leading and trailing spaces in cells are preserved or ignored. The default is to preserve spaces.


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 326

def preserve_spaces
  @preserve_spaces
end

#workbookWorkbook

The workbook that owns this worksheet

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 100

def workbook
  @workbook
end

Instance Method Details

#[](cell_def) ⇒ Cell, Array

Returns the cell or cells defined using excel style A1:B3 references.

Parameters:

  • cell_def (String|Integer)

    the string defining the cell or range of cells, or the rownumber

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 589

def [](cell_def)
  return rows[cell_def] if cell_def.is_a?(Integer)
  parts = cell_def.split(':').map{ |part| name_to_cell part }
  if parts.size == 1
    parts.first
  else
    range(*parts)
  end
end

#add_chart(chart_type, options = {}) {|chart| ... } ⇒ Object

Note:

each chart type also specifies additional options

Adds a chart to this worksheets drawing. This is the recommended way to create charts for your worksheet. This method wraps the complexity of dealing with ooxml drawing, anchors, markers graphic frames chart objects and all the other dirty details.

Parameters:

  • chart_type (Class)
  • options (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    a customizable set of options

Options Hash (options):

  • start_at (Array)
  • end_at (Array)
  • title (Cell, String)
  • show_legend (Boolean)
  • style (Integer)

Yields:

  • (chart)

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 458

def add_chart(chart_type, options={})
  chart = worksheet_drawing.add_chart(chart_type, options)
  yield chart if block_given?
  chart
end

#add_comment(options = {}) ⇒ Object

Shortcut to worsksheet_comments#add_comment


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 478

def add_comment(options={})
  worksheet_comments.add_comment(options)
end

#add_conditional_formatting(cells, rules) ⇒ Object

Add conditional formatting to this worksheet.

Examples:

This would format column A whenever it is FALSE.

# for a longer example, see examples/example_conditional_formatting.rb (link below)
worksheet.add_conditional_formatting( "A1:A1048576", { :type => :cellIs, :operator => :equal, :formula => "FALSE", :dxfId => 1, :priority => 1 }

Parameters:

  • cells (String)

    The range to apply the formatting to

  • rules (Array|Hash)

    An array of hashes (or just one) to create Conditional formatting rules from.

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 419

def add_conditional_formatting(cells, rules)
  cf = ConditionalFormatting.new( :sqref => cells )
  cf.add_rules rules
  conditional_formattings << cf
  conditional_formattings
end

#add_data_validation(cells, data_validation) ⇒ Object

Add data validation to this worksheet.

Parameters:

  • cells (String)

    The cells the validation will apply to.

  • data_validation (hash)

    options defining the validation to apply.

See Also:

  • for an example

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 431

def add_data_validation(cells, data_validation)
  dv = DataValidation.new(data_validation)
  dv.sqref = cells
  data_validations << dv
end

Adds a new hyperlink to the worksheet

Parameters:

  • options (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    for the hyperlink

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 441

def add_hyperlink(options={})
  hyperlinks.add(options)
end

#add_image(options = {}) {|image| ... } ⇒ Object

Adds a media item to the worksheets drawing

Parameters:

  • [Hash] (Hash)

    a customizable set of options

Yields:

  • (image)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 484

def add_image(options={})
  image = worksheet_drawing.add_image(options)
  yield image if block_given?
  image
end

#add_page_break(cell) ⇒ Object

Adds a page break (row break) to the worksheet should be added to the sheet.

Examples:

ws.add_page_break("A4")

Parameters:

  • cell

    A Cell object or excel style string reference indicating where the break


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 495

def add_page_break(cell)
  DataTypeValidator.validate :worksheet_page_break, [String, Cell], cell
  column_index, row_index = if cell.is_a?(String)
      Axlsx.name_to_indices(cell)
    else
      cell.pos
    end
  if column_index > 0
    col_breaks.add_break(:id => column_index)
  end
  row_breaks.add_break(:id => row_index)
end

#add_pivot_table(ref, range, options = {}) {|pivot_tables.last| ... } ⇒ Object

Yields:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 471

def add_pivot_table(ref, range, options={})
  pivot_tables << PivotTable.new(ref, range, self, options)
  yield pivot_tables.last if block_given?
  pivot_tables.last
end

#add_row(values = [], options = {}) {|row| ... } ⇒ Row Also known as: <<

Adds a row to the worksheet and updates auto fit data.

Examples:

  • put a vanilla row in your spreadsheet

ws.add_row [1, 'fish on my pl', '8']

  • specify a fixed width for a column in your spreadsheet

# The first column will ignore the content of this cell when calculating column autowidth.
# The second column will include this text in calculating the columns autowidth
# The third cell will set a fixed with of 80 for the column.
# If you need to un-fix a column width, use :auto. That will recalculate the column width based on all content in the column

ws.add_row ['I wish', 'for a fish', 'on my fish wish dish'], :widths=>[:ignore, :auto, 80]

  • specify a fixed height for a row

ws.add_row ['I wish', 'for a fish', 'on my fish wish dish'], :height => 40

  • create and use a style for all cells in the row

blue = ws.styles.add_style :color => "#00FF00"
ws.add_row [1, 2, 3], :style=>blue

  • only style some cells

blue = ws.styles.add_style :color => "#00FF00"
red = ws.styles.add_style :color => "#FF0000"
big = ws.styles.add_style :sz => 40
ws.add_row ["red fish", "blue fish", "one fish", "two fish"], :style=>[red, blue, nil, big] # the last nil is optional

  • force the second cell to be a float value

ws.add_row [3, 4, 5], :types => [nil, :float]

  • use << alias

ws << [3, 4, 5], :types => [nil, :float]

Parameters:

  • options (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    a customizable set of options

Options Hash (options):

  • values (Array)
  • types (Array, Symbol)
  • style (Array, Integer)
  • widths (Array)

    each member of the widths array will affect how auto_fit behavies.

  • height (Float)

    the row's height (in points)

Yields:

  • (row)

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 400

def add_row(values=[], options={})
  row = Row.new(self, values, options)
  update_column_info row, options.delete(:widths)
  yield row if block_given?
  row
end

#add_table(ref, options = {}) {|tables.last| ... } ⇒ Object

needs documentation

Yields:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 465

def add_table(ref, options={})
  tables << Table.new(ref, self, options)
  yield tables.last if block_given?
  tables.last
end

#auto_filterObject

A range that excel will apply an auto-filter to "A1:B3" This will turn filtering on for the cells in the range. The first row is considered the header, while subsequent rows are considered to be data.

Returns:

  • String


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 164

def auto_filter
  @auto_filter ||= AutoFilter.new self
end

#auto_filter=(v) ⇒ Object

The auto filter range for the worksheet

Parameters:

  • v (String)

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 319

def auto_filter=(v)
  DataTypeValidator.validate :worksheet_auto_filter, String, v
  auto_filter.range = v
end

#cellsArray

convenience method to access all cells in this worksheet

Returns:

  • (Array)

    cells


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 269

def cells
  rows.flatten
end

#col_breaksObject

Note:

Please do not use this directly. Instead use

A collection of column breaks added to this worksheet add_page_break

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 118

def col_breaks
  @col_breaks ||= ColBreaks.new
end

#col_style(index, style, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Note:

You can also specify the style for specific columns in the call to add_row by using an array for the :styles option

Set the style for cells in a specific column

Parameters:

  • index (Integer)

    the index of the column

  • style (Integer)

    the cellXfs index

  • options (Hash) (defaults to: {})
  • [Integer] (Hash)

    a customizable set of options

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 531

def col_style(index, style, options={})
  offset = options.delete(:row_offset) || 0
  cells = @rows[(offset..-1)].map { |row| row[index] }.flatten.compact
  cells.each { |cell| cell.style = style }
end

#cols(&block) ⇒ Object

returns the sheet data as columns If you pass a block, it will be evaluated whenever a row does not have a cell at a specific index. The block will be called with the row and column index in the missing cell was found.

Examples:

cols { |row_index, column_index| puts "warn - row #{row_index} does not have a cell at #{column_index}" }

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 156

def cols(&block)
  @rows.transpose(&block)
end

#column_infoSimpleTypedList

Column info for the sheet

Returns:

  • (SimpleTypedList)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 181

def column_info
  @column_info ||= Cols.new self
end

#column_widths(*widths) ⇒ Object

Note:

For updating only a single column it is probably easier to just set the width of the ws.column_info[col_index].width directly

This is a helper method that Lets you specify a fixed width for multiple columns in a worksheet in one go. Note that you must call column_widths AFTER adding data, otherwise the width will not be set successfully. Setting a fixed column width to nil will revert the behaviour back to calculating the width for you on the next call to add_row.

Examples:

This would set the first and third column widhts but leave the second column in autofit state.

ws.column_widths 7.2, nil, 3

Parameters:

  • widths (Integer|Float|nil)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 515

def column_widths(*widths)
  widths.each_with_index do |value, index|
    next if value == nil
    Axlsx::validate_unsigned_numeric(value) unless value == nil
    find_or_create_column_info(index).width = value
  end
end

#commentsArray|SimpleTypedList

The a shortcut to the worksheet_comments list of comments

Returns:

  • (Array|SimpleTypedList)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 138

def comments
  worksheet_comments.comments if worksheet_comments.has_comments?
end

#dimensionDimension

The dimensions of a worksheet. This is not actually a required element by the spec, but at least a few other document readers expect this for conversion

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 297

def dimension
  @dimension ||= Dimension.new self
end

#drawingDrawing

Note:

the recommended way to work with drawings and charts is Worksheet#add_chart

The drawing associated with this worksheet.

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 357

def drawing
  worksheet_drawing.drawing
end

#fit_to_page?Boolean

Indicates if the worksheet will be fit by witdh or height to a specific number of pages. To alter the width or height for page fitting, please use page_setup.fit_to_widht or page_setup.fit_to_height. If you want the worksheet to fit on more pages (e.g. 2x2), set PageSetup#fit_to_width and PageSetup#fit_to_height accordingly.

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    Boolean

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 173

def fit_to_page?
  return false unless self.instance_values.keys.include?('page_setup')
  page_setup.fit_to_page?
end

Options for headers and footers.

Examples:

wb = Axlsx::Package.new.workbook
# would generate something like: "file.xlsx : sheet_name 2 of 7 date with timestamp"
header = {:different_odd_ => false, :odd_header => "&L&F : &A&C&Pof%N%R%D %T"}
ws = wb.add_worksheet :header_footer => header

Yields:

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 261

def header_footer
  @header_footer ||= HeaderFooter.new
  yield @header_footer if block_given?
  @header_footer
end

A typed collection of hyperlinks associated with this worksheet

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 132

def hyperlinks
  @hyperlinks ||= WorksheetHyperlinks.new self
end

#indexInteger

The index of this worksheet in the owning Workbook's worksheets list.

Returns:

  • (Integer)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 349

def index
  @workbook.worksheets.index(self)
end

#initialize_page_options(options) ⇒ Object

Initalizes page margin, setup and print options

Parameters:

  • options (Hash)

    Options passed in from the initializer


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 34

def initialize_page_options(options)
  @page_margins = PageMargins.new options[:page_margins] if options[:page_margins]
  @page_setup = PageSetup.new options[:page_setup]  if options[:page_setup]
  @print_options = PrintOptions.new options[:print_options] if options[:print_options]
  @header_footer = HeaderFooter.new options[:header_footer] if options[:header_footer]
  @row_breaks = RowBreaks.new
  @col_breaks = ColBreaks.new
end

#merge_cells(cells) ⇒ Object

Creates merge information for this worksheet. Cells can be merged by calling the merge_cells method on a worksheet.

Examples:

This would merge the three cells C1..E1 #

worksheet.merge_cells "C1:E1"
# you can also provide an array of cells to be merged
worksheet.merge_cells worksheet.rows.first.cells[(2..4)]
#alternatively you can do it from a single cell
worksheet["C1"].merge worksheet["E1"]

Parameters:

  • cells (Array, string)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 282

def merge_cells(cells)
  merged_cells.add cells
end

#nameString

The name of the worksheet

Returns:

  • (String)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 45

def name
  @name ||= "Sheet" + (index+1).to_s
end

#name=(name) ⇒ Object

The name of the worksheet The name of a worksheet must be unique in the workbook, and must not exceed 31 characters

Parameters:

  • name (String)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 311

def name=(name)
  validate_sheet_name name
  @name=Axlsx::coder.encode(name)
end

#name_to_cell(name) ⇒ Cell

returns the column and row index for a named based cell

Parameters:

  • name (String)

    The cell or cell range to return. "A1" will return the first cell of the first row.

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 602

def name_to_cell(name)
  col_index, row_index = *Axlsx::name_to_indices(name)
  r = rows[row_index]
  r[col_index] if r
end

#outline_level_columns(start_index, end_index, level = 1, collapsed = true) ⇒ Object

shortcut level to specify the outline level for a series of columns Oulining is what lets you add collapse and expand to a data set.

Parameters:

  • start_index (Integer)

    The zero based index of the first column of outlining.

  • end_index (Integer)

    The zero based index of the last column to be outlined

  • level (integer) (defaults to: 1)

    The level of outline to apply

  • collapsed (Integer) (defaults to: true)

    The initial collapsed state of the outline group


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 637

def outline_level_columns(start_index, end_index, level = 1, collapsed = true)
  outline column_info, (start_index..end_index), level, collapsed
end

#outline_level_rows(start_index, end_index, level = 1, collapsed = true) ⇒ Object

shortcut level to specify the outline level for a series of rows Oulining is what lets you add collapse and expand to a data set.

Parameters:

  • start_index (Integer)

    The zero based index of the first row of outlining.

  • end_index (Integer)

    The zero based index of the last row to be outlined

  • level (integer) (defaults to: 1)

    The level of outline to apply

  • collapsed (Integer) (defaults to: true)

    The initial collapsed state of the outline group


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 627

def outline_level_rows(start_index, end_index, level = 1, collapsed = true)
  outline rows, (start_index..end_index), level, collapsed
end

#page_margins {|@page_margins| ... } ⇒ PageMargins

Page margins for printing the worksheet.

Examples:

wb = Axlsx::Package.new.workbook
# using options when creating the worksheet.
ws = wb.add_worksheet :page_margins => {:left => 1.9, :header => 0.1}

# use the set method of the page_margins object
ws.page_margins.set(:bottom => 3, :footer => 0.7)

# set page margins in a block
ws.page_margins do |margins|
  margins.right = 6
  margins.top = 0.2
end

Yields:

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 201

def page_margins
  @page_margins ||= PageMargins.new
  yield @page_margins if block_given?
  @page_margins
end

#page_setup {|@page_setup| ... } ⇒ PageSetup

Page setup settings for printing the worksheet.

Examples:

wb = Axlsx::Package.new.workbook

# using options when creating the worksheet.
ws = wb.add_worksheet :page_setup => {:fit_to_width => 2, :orientation => :landscape}

# use the set method of the page_setup object
ws.page_setup.set(:paper_width => "297mm", :paper_height => "210mm")

# setup page in a block
ws.page_setup do |page|
  page.scale = 80
  page.orientation = :portrait
end

Yields:

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 224

def page_setup
  @page_setup ||= PageSetup.new
  yield @page_setup if block_given?
  @page_setup
end

#pivot_tablesArray

The pivot tables in this worksheet

Returns:

  • (Array)

    of Table


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 110

def pivot_tables
  @pivot_tables ||=  PivotTables.new self
end

#pnString

The part name of this worksheet

Returns:

  • (String)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 330

def pn
  "#{WORKSHEET_PN % (index+1)}"
end

Options for printing the worksheet.

Examples:

wb = Axlsx::Package.new.workbook
# using options when creating the worksheet.
ws = wb.add_worksheet :print_options => {:grid_lines => true, :horizontal_centered => true}

# use the set method of the page_margins object
ws.print_options.set(:headings => true)

# set page margins in a block
ws.print_options do |options|
  options.horizontal_centered = true
  options.vertical_centered = true
end

Yields:

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 246

def print_options
  @print_options ||= PrintOptions.new
  yield @print_options if block_given?
  @print_options
end

#protect_range(cells) ⇒ ProtectedRange

Note:

When using an array of cells, a contiguous range is created from the minimum top left to the maximum top bottom of the cells provided.

Adds a new protected cell range to the worksheet. Note that protected ranges are only in effect when sheet protection is enabled.

Parameters:

  • cells (String|Array)

    The string reference for the cells to protect or an array of cells.

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 290

def protect_range(cells)
  protected_ranges.add_range(cells)
end

#relationshipsRelationships

The worksheet relationships. This is managed automatically by the worksheet

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 576

def relationships
  r = Relationships.new
  r + [tables.relationships,
       worksheet_comments.relationships,
       hyperlinks.relationships,
       worksheet_drawing.relationship,
       pivot_tables.relationships].flatten.compact || []
  r
end

#rels_pnString

The relationship part name of this worksheet

Returns:

  • (String)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 336

def rels_pn
  "#{WORKSHEET_RELS_PN % (index+1)}"
end

#rIdString

The relationship id of this worksheet.

Returns:

  • (String)

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 343

def rId
  @workbook.relationships.for(self).Id
end

#row_breaksObject

Note:

Please do not use this directly. Instead use

A collection of row breaks added to this worksheet add_page_break

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 126

def row_breaks
  @row_breaks ||= RowBreaks.new
end

#row_style(index, style, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Note:

You can also specify the style in the add_row call

Set the style for cells in a specific row

Parameters:

  • index (Integer)

    or range of indexes in the table

  • style (Integer)

    the cellXfs index

  • options (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    the options used when applying the style

  • [Integer] (Hash)

    a customizable set of options

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 545

def row_style(index, style, options={})
  offset = options.delete(:col_offset) || 0
  cells = cols[(offset..-1)].map { |column| column[index] }.flatten.compact
  cells.each { |cell| cell.style = style }
end

#rowsSimpleTypedList

Note:

The recommended way to manage rows is Worksheet#add_row

The rows in this worksheet

Returns:

  • (SimpleTypedList)

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 146

def rows
  @rows ||= SimpleTypedList.new Row
end

#sheet_calc_prSheetCalcPr

The sheet calculation properties

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 67

def sheet_calc_pr
  @sheet_calc_pr ||= SheetCalcPr.new
end

#sheet_format_pr {|@sheet_format_pr| ... } ⇒ SheetFormatPr

The sheet format pr for this worksheet

Yields:

Returns:

See Also:

  • [SheetFormatPr]

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 92

def sheet_format_pr
  @sheet_format_pr ||= SheetFormatPr.new
  yield @sheet_format_pr if block_given?
  @sheet_format_pr
end

#sheet_prSheetPr

The sheet properties for this workbook. Currently only pageSetUpPr -> fitToPage is implemented

Returns:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 304

def sheet_pr
  @sheet_pr ||= SheetPr.new self
end

#sheet_protection {|@sheet_protection| ... } ⇒ SheetProtection

The sheet protection object for this workbook

Yields:

Returns:

See Also:


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 74

def sheet_protection
  @sheet_protection ||= SheetProtection.new
  yield @sheet_protection if block_given?
  @sheet_protection
end

#sheet_view {|@sheet_view| ... } ⇒ SheetView

The sheet view object for this worksheet

Yields:

Returns:

See Also:

  • [SheetView]

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 83

def sheet_view
  @sheet_view ||= SheetView.new
  yield @sheet_view if block_given?
  @sheet_view
end

#stateObject

The visibility of this sheet


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 61

def state
  @state ||= :visible
end

#state=(sheet_state) ⇒ Object

Specifies the visible state of this sheet. Allowed states are :visible, :hidden or :very_hidden. The default value is :visible.

Worksheets in the :hidden state can be shown using the sheet formatting properties in excel. :very_hidden sheets should be inaccessible to end users.

Parameters:

  • sheet_state (Symbol)

    The visible state for this sheet.


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 55

def state=(sheet_state)
  RestrictionValidator.validate :worksheet_state, [:visible, :hidden, :very_hidden], sheet_state
  @state = sheet_state
end

#stylesObject

shortcut method to access styles direclty from the worksheet This lets us do stuff like:

Examples:

p = Axlsx::Package.new
p.workbook.add_worksheet(:name => 'foo') do |sheet|
  my_style = sheet.styles.add_style { :bg_color => "FF0000" }
  sheet.add_row ['Oh No!'], :styles => my_style
end
p.serialize 'foo.xlsx'

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 617

def styles
  @styles ||= self.workbook.styles
end

#tablesArray

The tables in this worksheet

Returns:

  • (Array)

    of Table


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 104

def tables
  @tables ||=  Tables.new self
end

#to_sheet_node_xml_string(str = '') ⇒ Object

Returns a sheet node serialization for this sheet in the workbook.


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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 552

def to_sheet_node_xml_string(str='')
  add_autofilter_defined_name_to_workbook
  str << '<sheet '
  serialized_attributes str
  str << ('name="' << name << '" ')
  str << ('r:id="' << rId << '"></sheet>')
end

#to_xml_string(str = '') ⇒ String

Serializes the worksheet object to an xml string This intentionally does not use nokogiri for performance reasons

Returns:

  • (String)

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# File 'lib/axlsx/workbook/worksheet/worksheet.rb', line 563

def to_xml_string str=''
  add_autofilter_defined_name_to_workbook
  auto_filter.apply if auto_filter.range
  str << '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>'
  str << worksheet_node
  serializable_parts.each do |item|
    item.to_xml_string(str) if item
  end
  str << '</worksheet>'
end