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Getting Started

To get started with the Excel Export library, perform the steps below.

  1. Start Visual Studio and create a new project by selecting FILE | New | Project… in the main menu. In the invoked New Project dialog, select Console Application, specify the project name and location, and click OK.

  2. In the Solution Explorer, right-click the References node and select Add Reference... in the context menu.

  3. In the invoked Reference Manager dialog, add references to the following libraries.

    • DevExpress.Data.v18.1.dll
    • DevExpress.Printing.v18.1.Core.dll
  4. Paste the code listed below in the Main method of the Program.cs file (Main procedure of the Module1.vb file for Visual Basic).

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    A complete sample project is available in the DevExpress Code Examples database at http://www.devexpress.com/example=T242354.

  5. Run the project.

The following image shows the XLSX file generated after executing the code above (the document is opened in Microsoft® Excel®).

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