CheckBoxCollection

CheckBoxCollection class

Represents a collection of CheckBox objects in a worksheet.

public class CheckBoxCollection : CollectionBase<CheckBox>

Properties

Name Description
Capacity { get; set; }
Count { get; }
Item { get; } Gets the CheckBox element at the specified index.
Item { get; set; }

Methods

Name Description
Add(int, int, int, int) Adds a checkBox to the collection.
BinarySearch(CheckBox)
BinarySearch(CheckBox, IComparer<CheckBox>)
BinarySearch(int, int, CheckBox, IComparer<CheckBox>)
Clear()
Contains(CheckBox)
CopyTo(CheckBox[])
CopyTo(CheckBox[], int)
CopyTo(int, CheckBox[], int, int)
Exists(Predicate<CheckBox>)
Find(Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindAll(Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindIndex(Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindIndex(int, Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindIndex(int, int, Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindLast(Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindLastIndex(Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindLastIndex(int, Predicate<CheckBox>)
FindLastIndex(int, int, Predicate<CheckBox>)
GetEnumerator()
IndexOf(CheckBox)
IndexOf(CheckBox, int)
IndexOf(CheckBox, int, int)
LastIndexOf(CheckBox)
LastIndexOf(CheckBox, int)
LastIndexOf(CheckBox, int, int)
RemoveAt(int)

Examples

[C#]

//Create a new Workbook.
Workbook workbook = new Workbook();

//Get the first worksheet in the workbook.
Worksheet sheet = workbook.Worksheets[0];

int index = sheet.CheckBoxes.Add(15, 15, 20, 100);
CheckBox checkBox = sheet.CheckBoxes[index];
checkBox.Text = "Check Box 1";


[Visual Basic]

'Create a new Workbook.
Dim workbook As Workbook = new Workbook()

'Get the first worksheet in the workbook.
Dim sheet As Worksheet = workbook.Worksheets(0)

Dim index as integer = sheet.CheckBoxes.Add(15, 15, 20, 100)
Dim checkBox as CheckBox = sheet.CheckBoxes[index];
checkBox.Text = "Check Box 1"

See Also