How to read an Excel file using VB.Net
The following program demonstrates the process of opening an existing Excel spreadsheet in VB.NET, leveraging the COM interop capability provided by the .NET Framework. Additionally, this program provides insights on how to efficiently identify the last used row within the Excel worksheet and how to locate and retrieve named ranges present within the Excel file.
Excel Data Reader using Excel Interop
The provided code snippet demonstrates the utilization of the Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library in VB.Net to read data from an Excel file. As previously discussed, we have learned the procedure to import the Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library into a VB.Net project in the preceding section.How to add Excel Library
Reading Cells in Excel Using VB.NET
If you want to select a specific cell in Excel sheet, you can code like this.
Using EXCEL Named Ranges in VB.NET
If you want to select multiple cell value from Excel sheet, you can code like this.
How to get the range of occupied cells in excel sheet
To read all the utilized rows of an Excel file, it is necessary to determine the number of cells that have been used within the file. To accomplish this, we can employ the "UsedRange" property of the xlWorkSheet object. The UsedRange property encompasses all cells that have been utilized, providing us with the last cell within the used area of the worksheet.
When you execute this source code the program read all content from Excel file.