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Why Total Row shows the word 'total'?

I display Total Row like this:
worksheet.ListObjects[0].ShowTotals = true;
worksheet.ListObjects[0].ListColumns[0].TotalsCalculation = TotalsCalculation.None;
worksheet.ListObjects[0].ListColumns[1].TotalsCalculation = TotalsCalculation.Sum;

However, the first cell in this row contains the word ‘total’ and I cannot remove it:
worksheet.Cells[6, 0].PutValue(String.Empty);

How can I remove this word?
It also applies bold to this cell which I cannot overwrite:

Style firstCellStyle = workbook.CreateStyle();
firstCellStyle.Font.Size = 9;
firstCellStyle.Font.Color = StyleHelper.ColorRed;
firstCellStyle.Font.IsBold = false;
int index = tableStyle.TableStyleElements.Add(TableStyleElementType.FirstTotalCell);


Thanks for the code segment and details.

Well, I think this is default behavior of MS Excel for ListObject/Table that prints Total in the bottom row.
You may try to add a line to your code segment to accomplish the task:
Sample code:

worksheet.ListObjects[0].ShowTotals = true;

worksheet.ListObjects[0].ListColumns[1].TotalsCalculation = TotalsCalculation.Sum;

worksheet.ListObjects[0].PutCellValue(6, 0, String.Empty);

Hope, this helps a bit.

Thanks a lot, PutCellValue helped.


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