• .NET Web

    How To: Quick export to Excel (XLSX) for WPF and Silverlight

    Export data to Microsoft Excel with Telerik.Windows.Documents.Spreadsheet.dll.
  • .NET Mobile

    Native Binary Excel Export Made Its Way to Our ASP.NET TreeList

    Q1 2012 brings yet another popular export format to the already rich set of TreeList features. This time, we added support for the Microsoft Excel format. The exported files are based on the binary BIFF standard and hereby they are fully compatible with virtually all versions of Microsoft Excel and most of the XLS BIFF compatible software. Another benefit is that you will be able to access the output file using the widely popular OleDB Jet provider. Similar to the PDF export, you can apply custom styles in two different ways – using the built-in item styles (ItemStyle, HeaderStyle and the...
  • .NET Web

    New Feature: RadGridView for Silverlight and WPF now can export totals to Excel, ExcelML, Word and CSV

    I’m happy to inform you that with our latest internal build you will be able to export the grid totals in all supported formats: Check the attached demo application & enjoy! Download ...
  • .NET

    Export RadGridView Data to Microsoft Excel

    I am sure that most of your data-driven applications require support for Microsoft Excel. Probably the best and most famous spreadsheet application known for data manipulation, MS Excel provides useful features such as calculations, graphing tools and pivot tables – things that are not so easy to do in a regular data-driven application. RadGridView for WinForms offers data export to Excel out of the box, a handy feature that saves you the hassle to do this yourself. It supports two methods for exporting data:     • Exporting through Primary Interop Assemblies, optimized for black & white printing. Here we provide a...
  • .NET

    Export and Printing RadGridView using Telerik Reporting

    Hi everyone, by means of introduction my name is Martin Vassilev and I am a support officer with the Windows Forms team here at Telerik. As of late, we noticed increased interest towards RadGridView data export capabilities. What we have always told our customers is that the RadGridView will have only basic Microsoft Excel export capability, until we are able to implement a commercial grade format converter here at Telerik. However, that requires quite some time, and customers can’t wait right? What was needed was a quick, easy, stable way of exporting RadGridView content to formats such as RTF, PDF and...