Represents a list object on a worksheet.
Several ways to update a shared list
1) Refreshing - discards local changes and updates with the data from the server
2) Synchronising - updates both the worksheet list and the server any conflicts can be resolved by the user who is synchronising
If the worksheet list is not shated then this method will cause an error.
The ListObjects collection contains all the list objects on a worksheet.
The ListObjects property can be used to return a read-only collection of ListObject objects in the worksheet.
Use the ListObjects property of the Worksheet can be used to return a ListObjects collection of all the ListObjects on that worksheet.
Dim objWorksheet As Worksheet
Dim objListObject As ListObject
Set objWorksheet = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet1")
If objWorksheet.ListObjects.Count > 0 Then
Set objListObject = objWorksheet.ListObjects(1)
Returns a Range object that represents the range that contains the data area in the list between the header row and the insert row. Read-only.
True if the specified window, worksheet, or ListObject is displayed from right to left instead of from left to right
False if the object is displayed from left to right. Read-only Boolean
Returns a Range object that represents the range of the header row for a list. Read-only Range.
Returns a ListColumns collection that represents all the columns in a ListObject object. Read-only.
Returns a ListRows object that represents all the rows of data in the ListObject object. Read-only.
Returns or sets the name of the ListObject object.
This name is used solely as a unique identifier for the Item property of the ListObjects collection objects.
This property can only be set through the object model. Read/write String.
By default, each ListObject object name begins with the word "List", followed by a number (no spaces). If an attempt is made to set the Name property to a name already used by another ListObject object, a run-time error is thrown.
Returns the QueryTable object that provides a link for the ListObject object to the list server. Read-only.
Returns a Range object that represents the range to which the specified list object in the above list applies. Read-Only.
Retrieves the current data and schema for the list from the server that is running Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services
This method can be used only with lists that are linked to a SharePoint site.
If the SharePoint site is not available, calling this method will return an error.
Calling the Refresh method does not commit changes to the list in the Excel workbook. Uncommitted changes in the list in Excel are discarded when the Refresh method is called.
To avoid losing any uncommitted changes, call the UpdateChanges method of the ListObject object before calling the Refresh method.
Resizes the specified range. Returns a Range object that represents the resized range.
Returns a String representing the URL of the SharePoint list for a given ListObject object. Read-only String.
Accessing this property generates a run-time error if the list is not linked to a SharePoint site.
Returns Boolean to indicate whether the AutoFilter will be displayed. Read/write Boolean.
ShowAutoFilter property defaults to True for a new ListObject object.
Gets or sets a Boolean to indicate whether the Total row is visible. Read/write Boolean.
Returns a one of the XlListObjectSourceType constants indicating the current source of the list. Read-only.
Returns a Range representing the Total row, if any, from a specified ListObject object. Read-only.
Updates the list on a Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services site with the changes made to the list in the worksheet. Returns Nothing.
This method applies only to lists linked to a SharePoint site. If the SharePoint site is not available, an error is generated.
Optional XlListConflict. Conflict resolution options.
Returns an XmlMap object that represents the schema map used for the specified list. Read-only.
Note XML features, except for saving files in the XML Spreadsheet format, are available only in Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 and Microsoft Office Excel 2003.
Represents a row in a List object. The ListRow object is a member of the ListRows collection.
The ListRows collection contains all the rows in a list object.
Use the ListRows property of the ListObject object to return a ListRows Object collection.
Deletes the cells of the list row and shifts upward any remaining cells below the deleted row. You can delete rows in the list even when the list is linked to a SharePoint site.
The list on the SharePoint site will not be updated, however, until you synchronize your changes.
Dim objListRow As ListRow
Represents a column in a list.
The ListColumn object is a member of the ListColumns collection. The ListColumns collection contains all the columns in a list (ListObject object).
Use the ListColumns property of the ListObject object to return a ListColumns collection.
Returns or sets the name of the list column.
This is also used as the display name of the list column. This name must be unique within the list. Read/write String.
Note If this list is linked to a SharePoint list, this property is read-only.
Returns a ListDataFormat object for the ListColumn object. Read-only.
Use the ListDataFormat property to return a ListDataFormat object.
Deletes the column of data in the list. Does not remove the column from the sheet.
If the list is linked to a Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services site, the column cannot be removed from the server, and an error is generated.
Dim objListColumn As ListColumn
Returns a String representing the formula a calculated column.
The formula is expressed in Excel syntax (US English locale, A1 notation). Read-only String.
If the ListColumn object does not belong to a list that is linked to a SharePoint site or if it is not a column designated as a calculated column on the SharePoint site, you will get a run-time error.
Determines the type of calculation in the Totals row of the list column based on the value of the XlTotalsCalculation enumeration. Read/write.
The Totals row doesn't need to be showing in order to set this property.
There is no fixed "default" value for this property. Excel may change the state of this property, as other columns are added or deleted.
Returns an XPath object that represents the Xpath of the element mapped to the specified Range object. Read-only.
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