Spread Windows Forms 12.0 Product Documentation
LoadFormulas Method (SheetView)

FarPoint.Win.Spread Assembly > FarPoint.Win.Spread Namespace > SheetView Class : LoadFormulas Method
Whether to recalculate all the formulas in cells on the sheet that have changed
Loads formulas that are deserialized but not parsed yet, to be used after all sheets have been created and deserialized.
Public Sub LoadFormulas( _
   ByVal recalculate As Boolean _
Dim instance As SheetView
Dim recalculate As Boolean
public void LoadFormulas( 
   bool recalculate


Whether to recalculate all the formulas in cells on the sheet that have changed

With the implementation of cross-sheet references in Spread, formulas can contain references to other sheets. If such formulas are loaded from a file, the Spread component must load sheets and formulas in a specific sequence for the cross-sheet references to work. The parsing of formulas loaded from a file must be delayed until all the sheets in the workbook have been loaded. The FpSpread.Open methods handle this automatically, loading the XML and parsing in the correct order.

If you have created custom deserialization code and your code loads individual sheets and adds them to a workbook, then you will need to add code to parse the formulas after the sheet has been added to the workbook. This can be done with the FpSpread.LoadFormulas method for all the sheets in a Spread component. Using this method at the sheet level calls the method on all the data models for a particular sheet.

The code in the example below should be called after the code that loads the sheet and adds it to the workbook.

This example loads formulas that are deserialized during deserialization.
fpSpread1.Sheets.Add(FarPoint.Win.Serializer.LoadObject(typeof(FarPoint.Win.Spread.SheetView), "C:\\SavedSheet.xml", RootNode"));
FpSpread.Sheets.Add(FarPoint.Win.Serializer.LoadObject(GetType(FarPoint.Win.Spread.SheetView), "C:\SavedSheet.xml", RootNode"))
See Also


SheetView Class
SheetView Members

User-Task Documentation

Managing Formulas in Cells