Profiling my spreadsheet creation, I find that 78% of the time is spent on one line of code:
Public Sub SetCellFormula(ByVal theCell As Aspose.Cells.Cell, ByVal rawExpression As String)
theCell.Formula = rawExpression
Sure, there are a lot of formulas, but this still seems a bit of a surprize. Am I using the best method to set a formula? Just looking for a reality check on this...
The workbook structure is 3 major sheets: rawdata, To and From. The rawdata sheet tends to be 120 columns wide by ~200 (variable) rows. The To and From sheets have the same layout, with many columns hidden and forumlas like "=RawItems!$J10".
I've seen tales of much larger and more complex workbooks in these forums..