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Represents a window. Many worksheet characteristics, such as scroll bars and gridlines, are actually properties of the window.
public interface class Window
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.Guid("00020893-0000-0000-C000-000000000046")] [System.Runtime.InteropServices.InterfaceType(2)] public interface Window
Public Interface Window
The Window object is a member of the Windows collection. The Windows collection returned by the Windows property of the Application object contains all the windows in the application, whereas the Windows collection returned by the Windows property of the Workbook object contains only the windows in the specified workbook.
index is the window name or index number, to return a single Window object.
Note that the active window is always Windows(1).
The window caption is the text shown in the title bar at the top of the window when the window isn’t maximized. The caption is also shown in the list of open files on the bottom of the Windows menu. Use the Caption property to set or return the window caption. Changing the window caption doesn’t change the name of the workbook.
Reserved for internal use.
Returns a Range object that represents the active cell in the active window (the window on top) or in the specified window. If the window isn't displaying a worksheet, this property fails.
Returns a Chart object that represents the active chart (either an embedded chart or a chart sheet). An embedded chart is considered active when it's either selected or activated. When no chart is active, this property returns Nothing.
Returns a Pane object that represents the active pane in the window.
Returns an object that represents the active sheet (the sheet on top) in the active workbook or in the specified window or workbook. Returns Nothing if no sheet is active.
Returns an object that represents the view of the active sheet in the specified window. Read-only.
Returns an Application object that represents the Excel application.
True if the auto filter for date grouping is currently displayed in the specified window. Read/write.
The name that appears in the title bar of the document window.
Returns a 32-bit integer that indicates the application in which this object was created.
True if the window is displaying formulas; False if the window is displaying values.
True if gridlines are displayed.
True if both row and column headings are displayed; False if there are no headings displayed.
True if the horizontal scroll bar is displayed.
True if outline symbols are displayed.
True if the specified window is displayed from right to left instead of from left to right. False if the object is displayed from left to right.
True if a ruler is displayed for the specified window. Read/write.
True if the vertical scroll bar is displayed.
True if whitespace is displayed. Read/write.
True if the workbook tabs are displayed.
True if zero values are displayed.
True if the window can be resized.
True if split panes are frozen.
Returns or sets the gridline color as an RGB value.
Returns or sets the gridline color as an index into the current color palette or as an XlColorIndex constant.
The height of the window in points.
Returns the window handle of the specified window.
Returns the index number of the object within the collection of similar objects.
The distance in points from the left edge of the client area to the left edge of the window.
Returns or sets the name of the procedure that’s run whenever you activate a window.
Returns a Panes collection that represents all the panes in the specified window.
Returns the parent object for the specified object.
Returns a Range object that represents the selected cells on the worksheet in the specified window even if a graphic object is active or selected on the worksheet.
Returns or sets the number of the leftmost column in the pane or window.
Returns or sets the number of the row that appears at the top of the pane or window.
Returns a Sheets collection that represents all the selected sheets in the specified window.
Returns the selected object in the specified window.
Returns the SheetViews object for the specified window. Read-only.
True if the window is split.
Returns or sets the column number where the window is split into panes (the number of columns to the left of the split line).
Returns or sets the location of the horizontal window split in points.
Returns or sets the row number where the window is split into panes (the number of rows above the split).
Returns or sets the location of the vertical window split in points.
Returns or sets the ratio of the width of the workbook's tab area to the width of the window's horizontal scroll bar (as a number between 0 (zero) and 1; the default value is 0.6).
The distance in points from the top edge of the window to the top edge of the usable area (below the menus, any toolbars docked at the top, and the formula bar).
Returns or sets the window type.
Returns the maximum height in points of the space that a window can occupy in the application window area.
Returns the maximum width in points of the space that a window can occupy in the application window area.
Returns or sets the view showing in the window.
Determines whether the object is visible.
Returns a Range object that represents the range of cells that are visible in the window or pane. If a column or row is partially visible, it's included in the range.
The width in points of the window.
Returns the window number. For example, a window named "Book1.xls:2" has 2 as its window number. Most windows have the window number 1.
Returns or sets the state of the window.
Returns or sets the display size of the window as a percentage (100 equals normal size, 200 equals double size, and so on).
|_PrintOut(Object, Object, Object, Object, Object, Object, Object, Object)|
Brings the window to the front of the z-order.
Activates the specified window, and then sends it to the back of the window z-order.
Activates the specified window and then activates the window at the back of the window z-order.
|Close(Object, Object, Object)||
Closes the object.
|LargeScroll(Object, Object, Object, Object)||
Scrolls the contents of the window by pages.
Creates a new window or a copy of the specified window.
Converts a horizontal measurement from points (document coordinates) to screen pixels (screen coordinates).
Converts a vertical measurement from points (document coordinates) to screen pixels (screen coordinates).
|PrintOut(Object, Object, Object, Object, Object, Object, Object, Object)||
Prints the object.
Shows a preview of the object as it would look when printed.
|ScrollIntoView(Int32, Int32, Int32, Int32, Object)||
Scrolls the document window so that the contents of a specified rectangular area are displayed in either the upper-left or lower-right corner of the document window or pane.
Scrolls through the workbook tabs at the bottom of the window.
|SmallScroll(Object, Object, Object, Object)||
Scrolls the contents of the window by rows or columns.