Links the shape or image to a cell, if the shape can be linked. To unlink the cell, make linkedCell null. Note that this method applies to shapes like a rectangle or a circle, or an image, not to the link of a forms object like a combobox or a radiobutton.
Images behave differently from shapes: A linked shape will change its text with the value of the cells. A linked image will change its image, to be an screenshot of the selected range. Finally, a linked object like a combobox will modify the selected item depending on the linked cell.
public abstract void SetShapeLinkedCell(Int32 objectIndex, String objectPath, String linkedCell)
|objectIndex||Int32||Index of the object (1 based)|
|objectPath||String||Index to the child object you want to change the property.
If it is a simple object, you can use String.Empty here, if not you need to get the ObjectPath from GetObjectProperties
If it is "absolute"(it starts with "\\"), then the path includes the objectIndex, and the objectIndex is not used. An object path of "\\1\\2\\3" is exactly the same as using objectIndex = 1 and objectPath = "2\\3"
|linkedCell||String||Cell that will be linked to the shape. To unlink the shape, make this parameter null. Note that this can be a single cell like "A3" or a name like "myName". You can't use a complex formula here like "A1&A2"|