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Save Excel Document in C#, VB.NET

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Automation of an Excel file allows us to doing various operations in C#/VB.NET. Any loss in these operations may result in unexpected negative consequences for developers and the clients of the developers. That means we must find a solution that enables us to Save Excel with no loss in quality of our operations. This section will demonstrate how to fast save Excel file with perfect performance as directly operations in Excel files.

Spire.Xls for .NET is a professional component that enables developers directly manages Excel operation regardless whether Microsoft Excel is installed on or not. With Spire.Xls for .NET, we can save Excel to what we want it to be. Any kind of trial and evaluation on Spire.Xls for .NET is always welcomed; so now please feel free to download Spire.Xls for .NET and then follow our guide to save perfect Excel or try other function of Spire.Xls for .NET.

Spire.Xls for .NET allows us to create a new Excel file, write data in to it, edit the input data and then save Excel file.

[C#]
using Spire.Xls;
namespace Excel_save
{
   class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
           //Create a new workbook
            Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
           //Initialize worksheet        
            Worksheet sheet = workbook.Worksheets[0];           
           //Append text
            sheet.Range["A1"].Text = "Demo: Save Excel in .NET";
           //Save it as Excel file
            workbook.SaveToFile("Sample.xls");
           //Launch the file
           System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(workbook.FileName);
        }
    }
}
[VB.NET]
Imports Spire.Xls
Namespace Excel_save
	Class Program
		Private Shared Sub Main(args As String())
			'Create a new workbook
			Dim workbook As New Workbook()
			'Initialize worksheet        
			Dim sheet As Worksheet = workbook.Worksheets(0)
			'Append text
			sheet.Range("A1").Text = "Demo: Save Excel in .NET"
			'Save it as Excel file
			workbook.SaveToFile("Sample.xls")
			'Launch the file
			System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(workbook.FileName)
		End Sub
	End Class
End Namespace

Additional Info

  • tutorial_title: Save Excel Document
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