Adds a row to the worksheet and updates auto fit data.


  • put a vanilla row in your spreadsheet

ws.add_row [1, 'fish on my pl', '8']

  • specify a fixed width for a column in your spreadsheet

# The first column will ignore the content of this cell when calculating column autowidth.
# The second column will include this text in calculating the columns autowidth
# The third cell will set a fixed with of 80 for the column.
# If you need to un-fix a column width, use :auto. That will recalculate the column width based on all content in the column

ws.add_row ['I wish', 'for a fish', 'on my fish wish dish'], :widths=>[:ignore, :auto, 80]

  • specify a fixed height for a row

ws.add_row ['I wish', 'for a fish', 'on my fish wish dish'], :height => 40

  • create and use a style for all cells in the row

blue = ws.styles.add_style :color => "#00FF00"
ws.add_row [1, 2, 3], :style=>blue

  • only style some cells

blue = ws.styles.add_style :color => "#00FF00"
red = ws.styles.add_style :color => "#FF0000"
big = ws.styles.add_style :sz => 40
ws.add_row ["red fish", "blue fish", "one fish", "two fish"], :style=>[red, blue, nil, big] # the last nil is optional

  • force the second cell to be a float value

ws.add_row [3, 4, 5], :types => [nil, :float]

  • use << alias

ws << [3, 4, 5], :types => [nil, :float]

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