XLS Formats Charts in C++
Native and high performance XLS document charts using server-side Aspose.Cells for C++ APIs, without the use of any software like Microsoft or Adobe PDF.
How to Create XLS File Charts Using C++
In order to search XLS file, we’ll use
API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use document searching API for C++ platform. You can download its latest version directly, just open
package manager, search for Aspose.Cells.Cpp and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.
PM> Install-Package Aspose.Cells.Cpp
Steps to Create XLS Files Charts in C++
A basic document charting with
APIs can be done with just few lines of code.
- Create a new workbook.
- UGet first default worksheet.
- Add sample values to cells.
- Add a chart to the worksheet.
- Access the instance of the newly added chart
- Add SeriesCollection (chart data source) to the chart
- Set the chart type of 2nd NSeries to display as line chart
- Save the file
Aspose.Cells for C++ supports on all major platforms and Operating Systems. Please make sure that you have the following prerequisites.
- Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with C++ Runtime Environment for Windows 32 bit, Windows 64 bit and Linux 64 bit.
- Add reference to the Aspose.Cells for C++ DLL in your project.
Create XLS Files Chart - C++
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XLS What is XLS File Format?
Files with XLS extension represent Excel Binary File Format. Such files can be created by Microsoft Excel as well as other similar spreadsheet programs such as OpenOffice Calc or Apple Numbers. File saved by Excel is known as Workbook where each workbook can have one or more worksheets. Data is stored and displayed to users in table format in worksheet and can span numeric values, text data, formulas, external data connections, images, and charts. Applications like Microsoft Excel lets you export workbook data to several different formats including PDF, CSV, XLSX, TXT, HTML, XPS, and several others. The XLS file format was replaced with a more open and structured format, XLSX, with the release of Microsoft Excel 2007. The latest versions still provide support for creating and reading XLS files, though XLSX is the first choice of use now.Read More