There is a User Guide provided to make work with SpreadSheet easy for your end users.
The Toolbar section is rather flexible. It contains 6 default blocks of controls: "undo", "colors", "decoration", "align", "format", "help". You can change the toolbar structure and add more blocks, or change the order of the blocks.
It is also possible to customize the toolbar by adding your own controls and updating the controls' configuration.
The editing line can be used for two purposes:
You can switch the editing line off, if necessary via the corresponding configuration option.
Grid represents a table with columns defined by letters and rows defined by numbers. Thus, a cell of the grid is defined by the column's letter and the row's number, e.g. B2.
The Context menu section includes 4 items Lock, Clear, Columns and Rows with sub-items.
The structure of Context menu is customizable as well. You can add custom controls, update the controls' configuration and remove unnecessary controls.
The Menu section contains several blocks that combine most frequently used options from the Toolbar and Context Menu to provide quick and handy access to them.
By default the Menu section is hidden, but you can switch it on via the related configuration option.
You can modify the structure of the menu by using custom controls, updating the controls' configuration and removing unnecessary controls.
Now you can get down to using dhtmlxSpreadSheet in your application. Follow the directions of the How to Start tutorial for guidance.
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