Last post Jul 04, 2011 01:47 AM by b_alghazi
Feb 09, 2011 03:52 AM|DTG|LINK
The FREE version of
Excel Reading / Writing .NET component is released by Devtrio GROUP.
The set of API functions allows developers C# VB.NET to read, write Excel data up to Excel Cell value. The component supports XLS and XLSX formats. Also Excel Jetcell .NET has functions to get access to range of cells or whole Worksheet. The component can
read, write data to Excel to DataTable and much more - all this without the need to use Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Office Automation.
Now developers can use Exce Jetcell .NET FREE component:
Excel Jetcell .NET FREE key features:
C# Code Example how to read / write xls files:
ExcelWorkbook Wbook = ExcelWorkbook.ReadXLS("Excel.xls");
ExcelCellCollection Cells = Wbook.Worksheets.Cells;
if (Cells["A1"].Value.ToString() == "")
Cells["A1"].Value = "Free Excel Reader Writer (C#)";
Example of use Excel Jetcell .NET Free in VB.NET:
Dim Wbook As ExcelWorkbook = ExcelWorkbook.ReadXLS("Excel.xls")
Dim Cells As ExcelCellCollection = Wbook.Worksheets(0).Cells
If Cells("A1").Value.ToString() = "" Then
Cells("A1").Value = "Free Excel Reader Writer in VB.NET";
For more information about the component please visit the product page:
If you have any questions or concerns about component, let us know using online form:
free excel reader writer xls xlsx files
Apr 25, 2011 03:45 AM|DTG|LINK
DEMO Application is available:
User can check the online Demo Application on
The Demo was created to review the Excel component capabilities and shows how to export GridView to Excel file using the latest version of the componet. User can add/change or delete data from GridView. To export GridView to Excel file user should presss the
button "Export to File". The data will be exported in one of the Excel file format: XLS, XLSX or CSV.
New learning resources:
Excel C# VB.NET Samples
Excel User Experience
Jul 04, 2011 01:47 AM|b_alghazi|LINK
It seems that the free component supports only writing, it does not support reading Excel files, it does not support any of the read methods mentioned in the code samples, so I think the title of this thread is missleading.