I'm trying to fill up an excel sheet following a format wich is stored in an excel template (just in a regular excel file).
This tutorial is really help me, but there's still something hard to do : find out wich cells are merged in the template and merging the matching cells in the output file.
I have found the MergeCells
property, a boolean that tells you if there are a merged cell in the parent object.
returns a range of merged cells containing a given cell.
My problem is I cant find a way to extract
the row & col indexes to reproduce the merge on the output file.
Any idea about, it.
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