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#!/usr/bin/env ruby -w -s
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
$LOAD_PATH.unshift "#{File.dirname(__FILE__)}/../lib"
#```ruby
require 'axlsx'
examples = []
examples << :basic
examples << :custom_styles
examples << :wrap_text
examples << :cell_style_override
examples << :custom_borders
examples << :surrounding_border
examples << :deep_custom_borders
examples << :row_column_style
examples << :fixed_column_width
examples << :height
examples << :outline_level
examples << :merge_cells
examples << :images
examples << :format_dates
examples << :mbcs
examples << :formula
examples << :auto_filter
examples << :data_types
examples << :override_data_types
examples << :hyperlinks
examples << :number_currency_format
examples << :venezuela_currency
examples << :bar_chart
examples << :chart_gridlines
examples << :pie_chart
examples << :line_chart
examples << :scatter_chart
examples << :tables
examples << :fit_to_page
examples << :hide_gridlines
examples << :repeated_header
examples << :defined_name
examples << :printing
examples << :header_footer
examples << :comments
examples << :panes
examples << :book_view
examples << :sheet_view
examples << :hiding_sheets
examples << :conditional_formatting
examples << :streaming
examples << :shared_strings
examples << :no_autowidth
examples << :cached_formula
examples << :page_breaks
examples << :rich_text
p = Axlsx::Package.new
wb = p.workbook
#```
## A Simple Workbook
#```ruby
if examples.include? :basic
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Basic Worksheet") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["First Column", "Second", "Third"]
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 3]
sheet.add_row [' preserving whitespace']
end
end
#```
#Using Custom Styles
#```ruby
# Each cell allows a single, predified style.
# When using add_row, the value in the :style array at the same index as the cell's column will be applied to that cell.
# Alternatively, you can apply a style to an entire row by using an integer value for :style.
if examples.include? :custom_styles
wb.styles do |s|
black_cell = s.add_style :bg_color => "00", :fg_color => "FF", :sz => 14, :alignment => { :horizontal=> :center }
blue_cell = s.add_style :bg_color => "0000FF", :fg_color => "FF", :sz => 20, :alignment => { :horizontal=> :center }
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Custom Styles") do |sheet|
# Applies the black_cell style to the first and third cell, and the blue_cell style to the second.
sheet.add_row ["Text Autowidth", "Second", "Third"], :style => [black_cell, blue_cell, black_cell]
# Applies the thin border to all three cells
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 3], :style => Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER
end
end
end
#```ruby
# A simple example of wrapping text. Seems this may not be working in Libre Office so here is an example for me to play with.
if examples.include? :wrap_text
wb.styles do |s|
wrap_text = s.add_style :fg_color=> "FFFFFF",
:b => true,
:bg_color => "004586",
:sz => 12,
:border => { :style => :thin, :color => "00" },
:alignment => { :horizontal => :center,
:vertical => :center ,
:wrap_text => true}
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'wrap text') do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['Torp, White and Cronin'], :style=>wrap_text
sheet.column_info.first.width = 5
end
end
end
##Styling Cell Overrides
#```ruby
#Some of the style attributes can also be set at the cell level. Cell level styles take precedence over Custom Styles shown in the previous example.
if examples.include? :cell_style_override
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Cell Level Style Overrides") do |sheet|
# this will set the font size for each cell.
sheet.add_row ['col 1', 'col 2', 'col 3', 'col 4'], :sz => 16
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 3, "=SUM(A2:C2)"]
sheet.add_row %w(u shadow sz b i strike outline)
sheet.rows.last.cells[0].u = :double
sheet.rows.last.cells[1].shadow = true
sheet.rows.last.cells[2].sz = 20
sheet.rows.last.cells[3].b = true
sheet.rows.last.cells[4].i = true
sheet.rows.last.cells[5].strike = true
sheet.rows.last.cells[6].outline = 1
# You can also apply cell style overrides to a range of cells
sheet["A1:D1"].each { |c| c.color = "FF0000" }
sheet['A1:D2'].each { |c| c.style = Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER }
end
end
##```
##Using Custom Border Styles
#```ruby
#Axlsx defines a thin border style, but you can easily create and use your own.
if examples.include? :custom_borders
wb.styles do |s|
red_border = s.add_style :border => { :style => :thick, :color =>"FFFF0000", :edges => [:left, :right] }
blue_border = s.add_style :border => { :style => :thick, :color =>"FF0000FF"}
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Custom Borders") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["wrap", "me", "Up in Red"], :style => red_border
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 3], :style => blue_border
end
end
end
#```ruby
# More Custom Borders
if examples.include? :surrounding_border
# Stuff like this is why I LOVE RUBY
# If you dont know about hash default values
# LEARN IT! LIVE IT! LOVE IT!
defaults = { :style => :thick, :color => "000000" }
borders = Hash.new do |hash, key|
hash[key] = wb.styles.add_style :border => defaults.merge( { :edges => key.to_s.split('_').map(&:to_sym) } )
end
top_row = [0, borders[:top_left], borders[:top], borders[:top], borders[:top_right]]
middle_row = [0, borders[:left], nil, nil, borders[:right]]
bottom_row = [0, borders[:bottom_left], borders[:bottom], borders[:bottom], borders[:bottom_right]]
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Surrounding Border") do |ws|
ws.add_row []
ws.add_row ['', 1,2,3,4], :style => top_row
ws.add_row ['', 5,6,7,8], :style => middle_row
ws.add_row ['', 9, 10, 11, 12]
#This works too!
ws.rows.last.style = bottom_row
end
end
#```ruby
# Hacking border styles
if examples.include? :deep_custom_borders
wb.styles do |s|
top_bottom = s.add_style :border => { :style => :thick, :color =>"FFFF0000", :edges => [:top, :bottom] }
border = s.borders[s.cellXfs[top_bottom].borderId]
# edit existing border parts
border.prs.each do |part|
case part.name
when :top
part.color = Axlsx::Color.new(:rgb => "FFFF0000")
when :bottom
part.color = Axlsx::Color.new(:rgb => "FF00FF00")
end
end
border.prs << Axlsx::BorderPr.new(:name => :left, :color => Axlsx::Color.new(:rgb => '0000FF'), :style => :mediumDashed)
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'hacked borders') do |sheet|
sheet.add_row [1,2,3], :style=>top_bottom
end
end
end
##```
##Styling Rows and Columns
#```ruby
if examples.include? :row_column_style
wb.styles do |s|
head = s.add_style :bg_color => "00", :fg_color => "FF"
percent = s.add_style :num_fmt => 9
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Columns and Rows") do |sheet|
# Note: you must add rows to the document *BEFORE* applying column styles to them
sheet.add_row ['col 1', 'col 2', 'col 3', 'col 4', 'col5']
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 0.3, 4, 5.0]
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 0.2, 4, 5.0]
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 0.1, 4, 5.0]
#apply the percent style to the column at index 2 skipping the first row.
sheet.col_style 2, percent, :row_offset => 1
# apply the head style to the first row.
sheet.row_style 0, head
#Hide the 5th column
sheet.column_info[4].hidden = true
#Set the second column outline level
sheet.column_info[1].outlineLevel = 2
sheet.rows[3].hidden = true
sheet.rows[1].outlineLevel = 2
end
end
end
##```
##Specifying Column Widths
#```ruby
if examples.include? :fixed_column_width
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "custom column widths") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["I use autowidth and am very wide", "I use a custom width and am narrow"]
sheet.add_row ['abcdefg', 'This is a very long text and should flow into the right cell', nil, 'xxx' ]
sheet.column_widths nil, 3, 5, nil
end
end
##Specifying Row height
#```ruby
if examples.include? :height
wb.styles do |s|
head = s.add_style :bg_color => "00", :fg_color => "FF"
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "fixed row height") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["This row will have a fixed height", "It will overwite the default row height"], :height => 30
sheet.add_row ["This row can have a different height too"], :height => 10, :style => head
end
end
end
#```ruby
if examples.include? :outline_level
wb.add_worksheet(name: 'outline_level') do |sheet|
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 3, Time.now, 5, 149455.15]
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 5, 6, 5,14100.19]
sheet.add_row [9500002267, 1212, 1212, 5,14100.19]
sheet.outline_level_rows 0, 2
sheet.outline_level_columns 0, 2
end
end
##```
##Merging Cells.
#```ruby
if examples.include? :merge_cells
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'Merging Cells') do |sheet|
# cell level style overides when adding cells
sheet.add_row ["col 1", "col 2", "col 3", "col 4"], :sz => 16
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 3, "=SUM(A2:C2)"]
sheet.add_row [2, 3, 4, "=SUM(A3:C3)"]
sheet.add_row ["total", "", "", "=SUM(D2:D3)"]
sheet.merge_cells("A4:C4")
sheet["A1:D1"].each { |c| c.color = "FF0000"}
sheet["A1:D4"].each { |c| c.style = Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER }
end
end
##```
##Add an Image with a hyperlink
#```ruby
if examples.include? :images
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Image with Hyperlink") do |sheet|
img = File.expand_path('../image1.jpeg', __FILE__)
# specifying the :hyperlink option will add a hyper link to your image.
#
# @note - Numbers does not support this part of the specification.
sheet.add_image(:image_src => img, :noSelect => true, :noMove => true, :hyperlink=>"http://axlsx.blogspot.com") do |image|
image.width=720
image.height=666
image.hyperlink.tooltip = "Labeled Link"
image.start_at 0, 0
end
# position in block
sheet.add_image(:image_src => img, :noSelect => true, :noMove => true, :hyperlink=>"http://axlsx.blogspot.com") do |image|
image.start_at 22, 14
image.end_at 23, 17
end
# all in one go
sheet.add_image(:image_src => img, :start_at => [15, 33], :end_at => [20, 37], :noSelect => true, :noMove => true, :hyperlink=>"http://axlsx.blogspot.com")
end
end
#```
##Using Custom Formatting and date1904
#```ruby
if examples.include? :format_dates
require 'date'
wb.styles do |s|
date = s.add_style(:format_code => "yyyy-mm-dd", :border => Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER)
padded = s.add_style(:format_code => "00#", :border => Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER)
percent = s.add_style(:format_code => "0000%", :border => Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER)
# wb.date1904 = true # Use the 1904 date system (Used by Excel for Mac < 2011)
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Formatting Data") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Custom Formatted Date", "Percent Formatted Float", "Padded Numbers"], :style => Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER
sheet.add_row [Date::strptime('2012-01-19','%Y-%m-%d'), 0.2, 32], :style => [date, percent, padded]
end
end
end
#```
##Asian Language Support
#```ruby
if examples.include? :mbcs
wb.styles.fonts.first.name = 'Arial Unicode MS'
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "日本語でのシート名") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["日本語"]
sheet.add_row ["华语/華語"]
sheet.add_row ["한국어/조선말"]
end
end
##```
##Using formula
#```ruby
if examples.include? :formula
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Using Formulas") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['col 1', 'col 2', 'col 3', 'col 4']
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 3, "=SUM(A2:C2)"]
end
end
##```
##Auto Filter
#```ruby
if examples.include? :auto_filter
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Auto Filter") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Build Matrix"]
sheet.add_row ["Build", "Duration", "Finished", "Rvm"]
sheet.add_row ["19.1", "1 min 32 sec", "about 10 hours ago", "1.8.7"]
sheet.add_row ["19.2", "1 min 28 sec", "about 10 hours ago", "1.9.2"]
sheet.add_row ["19.3", "1 min 35 sec", "about 10 hours ago", "1.9.3"]
sheet.auto_filter = "A2:D5"
sheet.auto_filter.add_column 3, :filters, :filter_items => ['1.9.2', '1.8.7']
end
end
#```
##Automatic cell types
#```ruby
if examples.include? :data_types
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Automatic cell types") do |sheet|
date_format = wb.styles.add_style :format_code => 'YYYY-MM-DD'
time_format = wb.styles.add_style :format_code => 'hh:mm:ss'
sheet.add_row ["Date", "Time", "String", "Boolean", "Float", "Integer"]
sheet.add_row [Date.today, Time.now, "value", true, 0.1, 1], :style => [date_format, time_format]
end
end
#```ruby
if examples.include? :override_data_types
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Override Data Type") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['dont eat my zeros!', '0088'] , :types => [nil, :string]
end
end
# Hyperlinks in worksheet
if examples.include? :hyperlinks
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'hyperlinks') do |sheet|
# external references
sheet.add_row ['axlsx']
sheet.add_hyperlink :location => 'https://github.com/randym/axlsx', :ref => sheet.rows.first.cells.first
# internal references
sheet.add_hyperlink :location => "'Next Sheet'!A1", :ref => 'A2', :target => :sheet
sheet.add_row ['next sheet']
end
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'Next Sheet') do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['hello!']
end
end
###```
##Number formatting and currency
if examples.include? :number_currency_format
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Formats and Currency") do |sheet|
currency = wb.styles.add_style :num_fmt => 5
red_negative = wb.styles.add_style :num_fmt => 8
comma = wb.styles.add_style :num_fmt => 3
super_funk = wb.styles.add_style :format_code => '[Green]#'
sheet.add_row %w(Currency RedNegative Comma Custom)
sheet.add_row [1500, -122.34, 123456789, 594829], :style=> [currency, red_negative, comma, super_funk]
end
end
## Venezuala currency
if examples.include? :venezuela_currency
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'Venezuala_currency') do |sheet|
number = wb.styles.add_style :format_code => '#.##0\,00'
sheet.add_row [2.5] , :style => [number]
end
end
##Generating A Bar Chart
#```ruby
if examples.include? :bar_chart
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Bar Chart") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["A Simple Bar Chart"]
%w(first second third).each { |label| sheet.add_row [label, rand(24)+1] }
sheet.add_chart(Axlsx::Bar3DChart, :start_at => "A6", :end_at => "F20") do |chart|
chart.add_series :data => sheet["B2:B4"], :labels => sheet["A2:A4"], :title => sheet["A1"], :colors => ["00FF00", "0000FF"]
end
end
end
##```
##Hide Gridlines in chart
#```ruby
if examples.include? :chart_gridlines
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Chart With No Gridlines") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Bar Chart without gridlines"]
%w(first second third).each { |label| sheet.add_row [label, rand(24)+1] }
sheet.add_chart(Axlsx::Bar3DChart, :start_at => "A6", :end_at => "F20") do |chart|
chart.add_series :data => sheet["B2:B4"], :labels => sheet["A2:A4"], :colors => ["00FF00", "FF0000"]
chart.valAxis.gridlines = false
chart.catAxis.gridlines = false
end
end
end
#```
##Generating A Pie Chart
#```ruby
if examples.include? :pie_chart
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Pie Chart") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Simple Pie Chart"]
%w(first second third).each { |label| sheet.add_row [label, rand(24)+1] }
sheet.add_chart(Axlsx::Pie3DChart, :start_at => [0,5], :end_at => [10, 20], :title => "example 3: Pie Chart") do |chart|
chart.add_series :data => sheet["B2:B4"], :labels => sheet["A2:A4"], :colors => ['FF0000', '00FF00', '0000FF']
end
end
end
#```
##Generating A Line Chart
#```ruby
if examples.include? :line_chart
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Line Chart") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Simple Line Chart"]
sheet.add_row %w(first second)
4.times do
sheet.add_row [ rand(24)+1, rand(24)+1]
end
sheet.add_chart(Axlsx::Line3DChart, :title => "Simple 3D Line Chart", :rotX => 30, :rotY => 20) do |chart|
chart.start_at 0, 5
chart.end_at 10, 20
chart.add_series :data => sheet["A3:A6"], :title => sheet["A2"], :color => "0000FF"
chart.add_series :data => sheet["B3:B6"], :title => sheet["B2"], :color => "FF0000"
chart.catAxis.title = 'X Axis'
chart.valAxis.title = 'Y Axis'
end
sheet.add_chart(Axlsx::LineChart, :title => "Simple Line Chart", :rotX => 30, :rotY => 20) do |chart|
chart.start_at 0, 21
chart.end_at 10, 41
chart.add_series :data => sheet["A3:A6"], :title => sheet["A2"], :color => "FF0000", :show_marker => true, :smooth => true
chart.add_series :data => sheet["B3:B6"], :title => sheet["B2"], :color => "00FF00"
chart.catAxis.title = 'X Axis'
chart.valAxis.title = 'Y Axis'
end
end
end
#```
##Generating A Scatter Chart
#```ruby
if examples.include? :scatter_chart
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Scatter Chart") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["First", 1, 5, 7, 9]
sheet.add_row ["", 1, 25, 49, 81]
sheet.add_row ["Second", 5, 2, 14, 9]
sheet.add_row ["", 5, 10, 15, 20]
sheet.add_chart(Axlsx::ScatterChart, :title => "example 7: Scatter Chart") do |chart|
chart.start_at 0, 4
chart.end_at 10, 19
chart.add_series :xData => sheet["B1:E1"], :yData => sheet["B2:E2"], :title => sheet["A1"], :color => "FF0000"
chart.add_series :xData => sheet["B3:E3"], :yData => sheet["B4:E4"], :title => sheet["A3"], :color => "00FF00"
end
end
end
#```
##Tables
#```ruby
if examples.include? :tables
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Table") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Build Matrix"]
sheet.add_row ["Build", "Duration", "Finished", "Rvm"]
sheet.add_row ["19.1", "1 min 32 sec", "about 10 hours ago", "1.8.7"]
sheet.add_row ["19.2", "1 min 28 sec", "about 10 hours ago", "1.9.2"]
sheet.add_row ["19.3", "1 min 35 sec", "about 10 hours ago", "1.9.3"]
sheet.add_table "A2:D5", :name => 'Build Matrix', :style_info => { :name => "TableStyleMedium23" }
end
end
#```
##Fit to page printing
#```ruby
if examples.include? :fit_to_page
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "fit to page") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['this all goes on one page']
sheet.page_setup.fit_to :width => 1, :height => 1
end
end
##```
##Hide Gridlines in worksheet
#```ruby
if examples.include? :hide_gridlines
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "No Gridlines") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["This", "Sheet", "Hides", "Gridlines"]
sheet.sheet_view.show_grid_lines = false
end
end
##```
# Repeat printing of header rows.
#```ruby
if examples.include? :repeated_header
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "repeated header") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row %w(These Column Header Will Render On Every Printed Sheet)
200.times { sheet.add_row %w(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8) }
wb.add_defined_name("'repeated header'!$1:$1", :local_sheet_id => sheet.index, :name => '_xlnm.Print_Titles')
end
end
# Defined Names in formula
if examples.include? :defined_name
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'defined name') do |sheet|
sheet.add_row [1, 2, 17, '=FOOBAR']
wb.add_defined_name("'defined name'!$C1", :local_sheet_id => sheet.index, :name => 'FOOBAR')
end
end
# Sheet Protection and excluding cells from locking.
if examples.include? :sheet_protection
unlocked = wb.styles.add_style :locked => false
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'Sheet Protection') do |sheet|
sheet.sheet_protection.password = 'fish'
sheet.add_row [1, 2 ,3] # These cells will be locked
sheet.add_row [4, 5, 6], :style => unlocked # these cells will not!
end
end
##Specify page margins and other options for printing
#```ruby
if examples.include? :printing
margins = {:left => 3, :right => 3, :top => 1.2, :bottom => 1.2, :header => 0.7, :footer => 0.7}
setup = {:fit_to_width => 1, :orientation => :landscape, :paper_width => "297mm", :paper_height => "210mm"}
options = {:grid_lines => true, :headings => true, :horizontal_centered => true}
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "print margins", :page_margins => margins, :page_setup => setup, :print_options => options) do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["this sheet uses customized print settings"]
end
end
#```
## Add headers and footers to a worksheet
#``` ruby
if examples.include? :header_footer
header_footer = {:different_first => false, :odd_header => '&L&F : &A&R&D &T', :odd_footer => '&C&Pof&N'}
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "header footer", :header_footer => header_footer) do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["this sheet has a header and a footer"]
end
end
#```
## Add Comments to your spreadsheet
#``` ruby
if examples.include? :comments
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'comments') do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['Can we build it?']
sheet.add_comment :ref => 'A1', :author => 'Bob', :text => 'Yes We Can!'
sheet.add_comment :ref => 'A2', :author => 'Bob', :text => 'Yes We Can! - but I dont think you need to know about it!', :visible => false
end
end
## Frozen/Split panes
## ``` ruby
if examples.include? :panes
wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'panes') do |sheet|
sheet.add_row(['', (0..99).map { |i| "column header #{i}" }].flatten )
100.times.with_index { |index| sheet << ["row header", (0..index).to_a].flatten }
sheet.sheet_view.pane do |pane|
pane.top_left_cell = "B2"
pane.state = :frozen_split
pane.y_split = 1
pane.x_split = 1
pane.active_pane = :bottom_right
end
end
end
if examples.include? :sheet_view
ws = wb.add_worksheet(:name => 'SheetView - Split')
ws.sheet_view do |vs|
vs.pane do |pane|
pane.active_pane = :top_right
pane.state = :split
pane.x_split = 11080
pane.y_split = 5000
pane.top_left_cell = 'C44'
end
vs.add_selection(:top_left, { :active_cell => 'A2', :sqref => 'A2' })
vs.add_selection(:top_right, { :active_cell => 'I10', :sqref => 'I10' })
vs.add_selection(:bottom_left, { :active_cell => 'E55', :sqref => 'E55' })
vs.add_selection(:bottom_right, { :active_cell => 'I57', :sqref => 'I57' })
end
ws = wb.add_worksheet :name => "Sheetview - Frozen"
ws.sheet_view do |vs|
vs.pane do |pane|
pane.state = :frozen
pane.x_split = 3
pane.y_split = 4
end
end
end
## Book Views
#
## Book views let you specify which sheet the show as active when the user opens the work book as well as a bunch of other
## tuning values for the UI @see Axlsx::WorkbookView
## ```ruby
if examples.include? :book_view
# when you open example.xml the second sheet is selected, and the horizontal scroll bar is much smaller showing more sheets
wb.add_view tab_ratio: 800, active_tab: 1
end
## Hiding Sheets
##
## Sheets can be hidden with the state attribute
if examples.include? :hiding_sheets
wb.add_worksheet name: 'hidden', state: :hidden do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['you cant see me!']
end
wb.add_worksheet name: 'very hidden', state: :very_hidden do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ['you really cant see me!']
end
end
# conditional formatting
#
if examples.include? :conditional_formatting
percent = wb.styles.add_style(:format_code => "0.00%", :border => Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER)
money = wb.styles.add_style(:format_code => '0,000', :border => Axlsx::STYLE_THIN_BORDER)
# define the style for conditional formatting
profitable = wb.styles.add_style( :fg_color => "FF428751", :type => :dxf )
unprofitable = wb.styles.add_style( :fg_color => "FF0000", :type => :dxf )
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Conditional Cell Is") do |sheet|
# Generate 20 rosheet of data
sheet.add_row ["Previous Year Quarterly Profits (JPY)"]
sheet.add_row ["Quarter", "Profit", "% of Total"]
offset = 3
rosheet = 20
offset.upto(rosheet + offset) do |i|
sheet.add_row ["Q#{i}", 10000*((rosheet/2-i) * (rosheet/2-i)), "=100*B#{i}/SUM(B3:B#{rosheet+offset})"], :style=>[nil, money, percent]
end
# Apply conditional formatting to range B3:B100 in the worksheet
sheet.add_conditional_formatting("B3:B100", { :type => :cellIs, :operator => :greaterThan, :formula => "100000", :dxfId => profitable, :priority => 1 })
# Apply conditional using the between operator; NOTE: supply an array to :formula for between/notBetween
sheet.add_conditional_formatting("C3:C100", { :type => :cellIs, :operator => :between, :formula => ["0.00%","100.00%"], :dxfId => unprofitable, :priority => 1 })
end
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Conditional Color Scale") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Previous Year Quarterly Profits (JPY)"]
sheet.add_row ["Quarter", "Profit", "% of Total"]
offset = 3
rosheet = 20
offset.upto(rosheet + offset) do |i|
sheet.add_row ["Q#{i}", 10000*((rosheet/2-i) * (rosheet/2-i)), "=100*B#{i}/SUM(B3:B#{rosheet+offset})"], :style=>[nil, money, percent]
end
# color scale has two_tone and three_tone class methods to setup the excel defaults (2011)
# alternatively, you can pass in {:type => [:min, :max, :percent], :val => [whatever], :color =>[Some RGB String] to create a customized color scale object
color_scale = Axlsx::ColorScale.three_tone
sheet.add_conditional_formatting("B3:B100", { :type => :colorScale, :operator => :greaterThan, :formula => "100000", :dxfId => profitable, :priority => 1, :color_scale => color_scale })
end
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Conditional Data Bar") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Previous Year Quarterly Profits (JPY)"]
sheet.add_row ["Quarter", "Profit", "% of Total"]
offset = 3
rows = 20
offset.upto(rows + offset) do |i|
sheet.add_row ["Q#{i}", 10000*((rows/2-i) * (rows/2-i)), "=100*B#{i}/SUM(B3:B#{rows+offset})"], :style=>[nil, money, percent]
end
# Apply conditional formatting to range B3:B100 in the worksheet
data_bar = Axlsx::DataBar.new
sheet.add_conditional_formatting("B3:B100", { :type => :dataBar, :dxfId => profitable, :priority => 1, :data_bar => data_bar })
end
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Conditional Format Icon Set") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["Previous Year Quarterly Profits (JPY)"]
sheet.add_row ["Quarter", "Profit", "% of Total"]
offset = 3
rows = 20
offset.upto(rows + offset) do |i|
sheet.add_row ["Q#{i}", 10000*((rows/2-i) * (rows/2-i)), "=100*B#{i}/SUM(B3:B#{rows+offset})"], :style=>[nil, money, percent]
end
# Apply conditional formatting to range B3:B100 in the worksheet
icon_set = Axlsx::IconSet.new
sheet.add_conditional_formatting("B3:B100", { :type => :iconSet, :dxfId => profitable, :priority => 1, :icon_set => icon_set })
end
end
# Page Breaks
if examples.include? :page_breaks
ws = wb.add_worksheet(:name => "page breaks") do |sheet|
sheet.add_row ["A"] * 10
sheet.add_row ["A"] * 10
sheet.add_page_break("B2")
sheet.sheet_view.view = :page_layout # so you can see the breaks!
end
end
#Validate and Serialize
#```ruby
# Serialize directly to file
p.serialize("example.xlsx")
# or
#Serialize to a stream
if examples.include? :streaming
s = p.to_stream()
File.open('example_streamed.xlsx', 'w') { |f| f.write(s.read) }
end
#```
##Using Shared Strings
#```ruby
# This is required by Numbers
if examples.include? :shared_strings
p.use_shared_strings = true
p.serialize("shared_strings_example.xlsx")
end
#```
#```ruby
if examples.include? :no_autowidth
p = Axlsx::Package.new
p.use_autowidth = false
wb = p.workbook
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "Manual Widths") do | sheet |
sheet.add_row ['oh look! no autowidth']
end
p.serialize("no-use_autowidth.xlsx")
end
#```
#```ruby
if examples.include? :cached_formula
p = Axlsx::Package.new
p.use_shared_strings = true
wb = p.workbook
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "cached formula") do | sheet |
sheet.add_row [1, 2, '=A1+B1'], :formula_values => [nil, nil, 3]
end
p.serialize 'cached_formula.xlsx'
end
#```
#```ruby
if examples.include? :rich_text
p = Axlsx::Package.new
p.use_shared_strings = true
wb = p.workbook
wrap_text = wb.styles.add_style({:alignment => {:horizontal => :center, :vertical => :center, :wrap_text => true}} )
rt = Axlsx::RichText.new
rt.add_run('I\'m bold, ', :b => true)
rt.add_run('I\'m italic, ', :i => true)
rt.add_run('I\'m strike' + "\n", :strike => true)
rt.add_run('I\'m bold, italic and strike' + "\n", :b => true, :i => true, :strike => true)
rt.add_run('I\'m style-less :D')
wb.add_worksheet(:name => "RichText") do | sheet |
sheet.add_row [rt], :style => wrap_text
end
p.serialize 'rich_text.xlsx'
end
#```
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