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MaximumValue Property
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FarPoint.Win.Spread Assembly > FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType Namespace > CurrencyCellType Class : MaximumValue Property

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Gets or sets the maximum value allowed for user entry.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Property MaximumValue As Decimal
Visual Basic (Usage)Copy Code
Dim instance As CurrencyCellType
Dim value As Decimal
instance.MaximumValue = value
value = instance.MaximumValue
public decimal MaximumValue {get; set;}

Property Value

Decimal numeric value for the maximum value


System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException Specified value is beyond accepted limits


The MinimumValue and MaximumValue properties limit the value that the user enters when editing the cell. It does not affect the data model and does not the limit the cell getting a value by other means, for example by means of a formula.

The built-in operators and built-in functions for use in formulas return results as a Double (15 digits).

Use the MinimumValue and MaximumValue properties to place range restrictions on user entry. For example the following code limits user input to values between 0 and 100.

CurrencyCellType cct = new CurrencyCellType();
cct.MinimumValue = 0.0;
cct.MaximumValue = 100.0;
spread.Sheets[0].Cells[0,0].CellType = cct;

Use the MIN and MAX functions to place range restrictions on formula calculations. For example, the following code limits the summation calculation to values between 0 and 100.

fpspread1.Sheets[0].Cells[4,0].Formula = "MAX(0, MIN(SUM(A1:A4), 100))";


This example specifies a currency cell and sets the formatting using the various properties.
C#Copy Code
FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.CurrencyCellType currcell = new FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.CurrencyCellType();
currcell.CurrencySymbol = "CN$";
currcell.DecimalPlaces = 4;
currcell.DecimalSeparator = "#";
currcell.FixedPoint = true;
currcell.LeadingZero = FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.LeadingZero.Yes;
currcell.MaximumValue = 999999999999;
currcell.MinimumValue = 1;
currcell.NegativeFormat = FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.CurrencyNegativeFormat.SignSymbolSpaceBefore;
currcell.NegativeRed = true;
currcell.PositiveFormat = FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.CurrencyPositiveFormat.CurrencySymbolBefore;
currcell.Separator = ",";
currcell.ShowCurrencySymbol = true;
currcell.ShowSeparator = true;
fpSpread1.Sheets[0].Cells[5,2].CellType = currcell;
fpSpread1.Sheets[0].Cells[5,2].Value = 321.98;
Visual BasicCopy Code
Dim currcell As New FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.CurrencyCellType()
currcell.CurrencySymbol = "CN$"
currcell.DecimalPlaces = 4
currcell.DecimalSeparator = "#"
currcell.FixedPoint = True
currcell.LeadingZero = FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.LeadingZero.Yes
currcell.MaximumValue = 999999999999
currcell.MinimumValue = 1
currcell.NegativeFormat = FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.CurrencyNegativeFormat.SignSymbolSpaceBefore
currcell.NegativeRed = true
currcell.PositiveFormat = FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.CurrencyPositiveFormat.CurrencySymbolBefore
currcell.Separator = ","
currcell.ShowCurrencySymbol = True
currcell.ShowSeparator = True
FpSpread1.Sheets(0).Cells(5, 2).CellType = currcell
FpSpread1.Sheets(0).Cells(5, 2).Value = 443.3482


Target Platforms: Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

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