addStyle: Add a style to a set of cells

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/wrappers.R

Description

Function adds a style to a specified set of cells.

Usage

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addStyle(wb, sheet, style, rows, cols, gridExpand = FALSE, stack = FALSE)

Arguments

wb

A Workbook object containing a worksheet.

sheet

A worksheet to apply the style to.

style

A style object returned from createStyle()

rows

Rows to apply style to.

cols

columns to apply style to.

gridExpand

If TRUE, style will be applied to all combinations of rows and cols.

stack

If TRUE the new style is merged with any existing cell styles. If FALSE, any existing style is replaced by the new style.

Author(s)

Alexander Walker

See Also

createStyle

expand.grid

Examples

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## See package vignette for more examples.

## Create a new workbook
wb <- createWorkbook("My name here")

## Add a worksheets
addWorksheet(wb, "Expenditure", gridLines = FALSE) 

##write data to worksheet 1
writeData(wb, sheet = 1, USPersonalExpenditure, rowNames = TRUE)

## create and add a style to the column headers
headerStyle <- createStyle(fontSize = 14, fontColour = "#FFFFFF", halign = "center",
                        fgFill = "#4F81BD", border="TopBottom", borderColour = "#4F81BD")

addStyle(wb, sheet = 1, headerStyle, rows = 1, cols = 1:6, gridExpand = TRUE)

## style for body 
bodyStyle <- createStyle(border="TopBottom", borderColour = "#4F81BD")
addStyle(wb, sheet = 1, bodyStyle, rows = 2:6, cols = 1:6, gridExpand = TRUE)
setColWidths(wb, 1, cols=1, widths = 21) ## set column width for row names column

saveWorkbook(wb, "addStyleExample.xlsx", overwrite = TRUE)

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