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Description

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.

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Remarks

To create an Anchor object, use Worksheet.CreateAnchor or Cell.CreateAnchor.

Examples

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Properties

Name

Description

Column

Returns the 0-based number of the column containing the anchor.

OffsetX

Returns the X offset from the left side of the column containing the anchor, as a percentage of column width.

OffsetY

Returns the Y offset from the top of the row containing the anchor, as a percentage of row height.

Row

Returns the 0-based number of the row containing the anchor..
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