Urgent help for export to excel concept ???????

Discussion in 'Microsoft C# .NET' started by sunilkumar Reddy via DotNetMonster.com, Jun 27, 2005.

  1. hai all
    first we can take binded grid
    Export to excel data from ultrawebgrid (or) datagrid rows,
    Each row data Expoting to one worksheet in excel workbook,
    like as
    grid row1 data contain sheet1
    grid row2 data contain sheet2
    grid row3 data contain sheet3

    we have pressing one button ultrawebgrid (or) datagrid rows data to export
    excel ,
    In excel each worksheet contain one grid row deatails,
    for example grid have 10 rows ,pressing any button, In excel sheet 10
    worksheets will occure and each worksheet contain 1 row data of grid
    pls send me a solution for this example

    thank u for all

    --
    sunny
     
    sunilkumar Reddy via DotNetMonster.com, Jun 27, 2005
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