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Range Samples Conditional Formats Above Average

Create an Above Average Conditional Format.

// Create a new workbook and some local variables.
SpreadsheetGear.IWorkbook workbook = SpreadsheetGear.Factory.GetWorkbook();
SpreadsheetGear.IWorksheet worksheet = workbook.ActiveWorksheet;
SpreadsheetGear.IRange cells = worksheet.Cells;

// Add a title to a cell.
cells["A1"].Formula = "Above Average";

// Get a reference to a range of cells.
SpreadsheetGear.IRange range = cells["A2:A11"];

// Load random data and format as $ using multiple cell range.
range.Formula = "=RAND() * 1000";
range.NumberFormat = "$#,##0_);($#,##0)";

// Get a reference to the range's conditional formats collection.
SpreadsheetGear.IFormatConditions conditions = range.FormatConditions;

// Add above average conditional format.
SpreadsheetGear.IFormatCondition condition = conditions.AddAboveAverage();

// Get a reference to the above average condition.
SpreadsheetGear.IAboveAverage aboveAverage = condition.AboveAverage;

// Display formatting for values equal or above average.
aboveAverage.AboveBelow = SpreadsheetGear.AboveBelow.EqualAboveAverage;

// Set font and interior formatting options.
condition.Font.Bold = true;
condition.Font.Italic = true;
condition.Font.Color = SpreadsheetGear.Colors.White;
condition.Interior.Color = SpreadsheetGear.Colors.DarkViolet;
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