Something has changed in a sheet?

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Ian asked on 11 Mar 2024, 03:51 PM

Is there a quick was to find out if something has changed in the contents of a sheet?

Ideally, I would like an event 'Something Changed in Sheet', which I can use to, for example, highlight a 'save' control.

Really slow way would be to keep the contents of all cells, paint them, then respond, for each cell, to an event, compare the 'was' and 'is' values, and generate another event if they are different.

Before I do this, I'd just like to check that there isn't a simple way which I can't find.

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Nadya | Tech Support Engineer
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answered on 13 Mar 2024, 01:04 PM

Hello, Ian,

RadSpreadsheet offers different events that you can get a notification about different actions. The following article might be very useful on this topic: Events - RadSpreadsheet - Telerik UI for WinForms

If you need an event that triggers when something in the content has changed, you can handle the WorkbookContentChanged event of the Workbook. It occurs when the workbook content is changed.

I hope this information is useful. If you have any other questions do not hesitate to contact us. 

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