Spire.XLS 10.3.0

Spire.XLS for .NET is a professional .NET Excel component to enables developers to generate, write, edit and save Excel files with C# and Visual Basic in .NET 2.0, .NET 3.5, .NET 4.0, .NET 4.0 ClientProfile, and .NET 4.5, .NET Core.
Spire.XLS for .NET also enables developers to convert Excel to other popular formats, such as PDF, XML, HTML, CSV, Image format etc. And, it supports developers to export data from database to Excel or import data from Excel to datatable.
With Spire.XLS for .NET, developers can create any types of ASP.NET web responses and WinForms applications to operate Excel files.

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package Spire.XLS -Version 10.3.0
dotnet add package Spire.XLS --version 10.3.0
<PackageReference Include="Spire.XLS" Version="10.3.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Spire.XLS --version 10.3.0
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Release Notes

Spire.XLS 10.3.0
Bug Solutions:
Fixes the issue that the text color of data label was not set successfully.
Fixes the issue that it failed to get trend line formula.
Fixes the issue that the cell width was inconsistent when converting XLS to HTML.
Fixes the issue that application threw NullReferenceException when loading CSV document.
Fixes the issue that it failed to get value of formula.
Fixes the issue that the brackets were not formatted correctly when converting XLS to PDF.

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
10.5.7 183 5/21/2020
10.4.9 2,008 4/23/2020
10.3.8 3,014 3/26/2020
10.3.0 5,105 3/2/2020
10.2.8 1,448 2/20/2020
10.1.8 4,105 1/21/2020
10.1.1 2,364 1/8/2020
9.12.20 2,186 12/19/2019
9.11.14 3,224 11/26/2019
9.11.2 4,043 11/8/2019
9.10.12 2,502 10/25/2019
9.10.4 3,058 10/11/2019
9.9.13 3,358 9/26/2019
9.9.5 1,987 9/12/2019
9.9.0 2,151 9/2/2019
9.8.11 2,137 8/23/2019
9.8.5 1,835 8/15/2019
9.7.0 4,689 7/11/2019
9.6.12 1,652 7/1/2019
9.6.7 1,268 6/19/2019
9.6.1 1,986 6/6/2019
9.5.11 1,514 5/23/2019
9.5.6 713 5/16/2019
9.5.4 1,698 5/13/2019
9.5.0 1,364 5/1/2019
9.4.6 4,439 4/15/2019
9.4.0 2,794 4/2/2019
9.3.10 7,350 3/21/2019
9.3.4 746 3/13/2019
9.2.11 3,503 2/27/2019
9.2.8 691 2/21/2019
9.1.22 5,815 2/1/2019
9.1.14 1,653 1/24/2019
9.1.0 1,663 1/10/2019
8.12.11 1,282 12/28/2018
8.12.3 1,687 12/11/2018
8.11.6 2,853 11/21/2018
8.11.2 1,063 11/13/2018
8.10.7 1,936 10/31/2018
8.10.2 3,358 10/12/2018
8.9.8 1,574 9/30/2018
8.9.3 1,050 9/18/2018
8.8.5 2,064 8/29/2018
8.8.1 6,314 8/8/2018
8.8.0 1,136 8/1/2018
8.7.2 1,440 7/12/2018
8.6.6 1,118 6/28/2018
8.6.1 851 6/21/2018
8.5.1 2,889 5/11/2018
8.0.0 2,608 2/8/2018
7.12.150 1,286 2/6/2018
7.12.144 2,382 1/12/2018
7.12.140 1,037 12/28/2017
7.12.130 1,095 12/14/2017
7.12.125 1,078 12/4/2017
7.12.109 1,727 11/7/2017
7.12.100 1,197 10/23/2017
7.12.90 2,735 9/28/2017
7.12.76 2,081 8/22/2017
7.12.69 953 8/11/2017
7.12.55 2,913 7/18/2017
7.12.43 959 7/3/2017
7.12.27 3,172 6/9/2017
7.12.19 1,590 5/26/2017
7.12.11 1,813 5/9/2017
7.12.7 551 5/4/2017
7.12.0 4,905 4/24/2017
7.11.59 4,530 2/28/2017
7.11.49 2,644 1/24/2017