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Why does Applying Border Formatting change numberFormat 
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Post Why does Applying Border Formatting change numberFormat
I have an Excel workbook. The numberformat "###,###" is applied to some of the columns.

Assuming I do not touch any of the formatting of the cells, then this numberFormat stays. However if I apply a border format


Code:
//for (int j=1;j<20;j++) {
                           //   xlsMainTable.easy_getCell(row,j).setBorderStyles(Border.BORDER_THIN, Border.BORDER_NONE,Border.BORDER_THIN, Border.BORDER_THIN);
                           //   xlsMainTable.easy_getCell(row+1,j).setBorderStyles(Border.BORDER_NONE, Border.BORDER_THIN, Border.BORDER_THIN, Border.BORDER_THIN);
                           //}


then the numberFormat is removed, even though I would have claimed they have nothing to do with each other

Is there a way of getting around this?

Thank you


Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:47 am
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Formatting the cells overrides the column formatting.

You can create a clone after the column ExcelStyle, apply the border settings to the clone and set the style for the cells.

Code:
ExcelStyle xlsClonedStyle = xlsColumn. getStyle().Clone();
xlsClonedStyle. setBorderStyles(Border.BORDER_THIN, Border.BORDER_NONE,Border.BORDER_THIN, Border.BORDER_THIN);
xlsMainTable.easy_getCell(row+1,j).setStyle(xlsClonedStyle);


Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:46 am
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Thank you Daniela for your posting. Unfortunately this did not work and I got much the same results as before...
Best wishes
Teniel


Tue Oct 20, 2009 10:18 am
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