Anchor — An anchor represents the position of a floating (non-cell data) object within a spreadsheet. The position is maintained as a row number + a percentage of the row's width and a column number + a percentage of the column's height.
Area — An Area object represents a rectangular set of cells.
Chart — The Chart class represents an Excel chart. It is the main class for code-based chart creation and modification.
ChartDataTable — A ChartDataTable object represents a chart's data table. A data table is a grid that can be added to some charts that contains the numeric data used to create the chart. The data table is usually attached to the chart's category axis, replacing the tick-mark labels on the axis.
Comment — A Comment object represents a note attached to a cell, or group of merged cells, separate from other cell content. A Comment must be associated with a cell, and may only be created using set Comment.Visible to true.
ConditionalFormat — A ConditionalFormat object represents a conditional format that Excel will apply to a cell or group of cells if a specified condition is met. Each ConditionalFormat object contains up to three Condition and a Range object representing the set of cells on which the conditions will be tested.
DocumentProperties — The DocumentProperties object represents properties of a spreadsheet. These properties are displayed in the file's Properties sheet which can be opened in Excel (File -> Properties), or by right-clicking the file icon and selecting "Properties." The DocumentProperties class can be used to remove personal information from an existing spreadsheet, or to populate searchable fields that can be used to locate the file.
ErrorBar — An ErrorBar object represents series error bars. Error bars graphically express potential error amounts relative to each data marker in a data series. You can add error bars to data series in two-dimensional area, bar, column, line, scatter, and bubble charts. In scatter and bubble charts, you can display error bars for x values, y values, or both.
ExcelApplication — ExcelApplication is the main class for pure code-based workbook generation (for information about template-based workbook generation, see ExcelTemplate ). This class is an engine used to open, create, and write (save or stream to a browser) workbooks. A single instance of ExcelApplication can generate multiple workbooks.
ExcelWriterException — All methods in the ExcelWriter API can throw an exception of type ExcelWriterException.
Font — The Font object represents a font style that you can use when creating a reusable Style object, or when setting the style of a cell or set of cells. To set or return a Font object, use Style.Font.
Group — A Group is a type of shape that contains other shapes. Currently, groups may not be created or have their contents modified. They may be moved, resized, and deleted.
Groups — Groups provides access to the collection of Group objectss contained within a drawing. Currently, only top level groups may be accessed. Nested groups are not supported. Additionally, a group may not be created or have its contents modified. However, a group can be moved, resized, and removed from a drawing. To return a Groups collection, use Worksheet.ShapeGroups.
Pattern — Pattern contains all available background patterns for charts and pictures.
Picture — A Picture object represents a picture in a worksheet and allows the size, position, and content of the picture to be managed. Once created, the data of a picture may not be changed or replaced with the data of another picture. Instead, delete the picture and create a new one.
Shape — The Shape class allows the appearance and behavior of drawing object to be manipulated. On its own, Shape represents a simple auto shape, such as a line, rectangle, or oval. A shape may also represent the display area of a Comment or the size, position, and formatting of a Picture.
Worksheets — The Worksheets class represents the set of worksheets in an Excel workbook. This object is used to manage (add, copy, remove, etc.) the worksheets in the workbook To return a Worksheets object, use Workbook.Worksheets.