Python | Adjusting rows and columns of an excel file using openpyxl module
Prerequisites : Excel file using openpyxl writing | reading
Set the height and width of the cells:
Worksheet objects have
column_dimensions attributes that control row heights and column widths. A sheet’s
column_dimensions are dictionary-like values; row_dimensions contains RowDimension objects and column_dimensions contains ColumnDimension objects. In row_dimensions, one can access one of the objects using the number of the row (in this case, 1 or 2). In column_dimensions, one can access one of the objects using the letter of the column (in this case, A or B).
Code #1 : Program to set the dimensions of the cells.
Merging the cells:
A rectangular area of cells can be merged into a single cell with the merge_cells() sheet method. The argument to
merge_cells() is a single string of the top-left and bottom-right cells of the rectangular area to be merged.
Code #2 : Program to merge the cells.
Unmerging the cells:
To unmerge cells, call the unmerge_cells() sheet method.
Code #3 : Program to unmerge the cells.
Setting the font styles of the cells:
To customize font styles in cells, important, import the Font() function from the openpyxl.styles module.
Code #4 : Program to set the font of the text.
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