Returns the input range for the object. If the object isn't a combobox or listbox, or it doesn't have an input range, this method will return null. Note that when you change the value in the cell linked to this object, the value of the object will change.
The sheet in the TCellAddresses returned might be null, in which case the reference is to a cell in the same sheet, or it might contain another sheet name.
function TXlsFile.GetObjectInputRange(const objectIndex: Integer; const objectPath: string): TCellAddressRange; override;
|const||objectIndex||Integer||Index of the object (1 based)|
|const||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 TExcelFile.GetObjectProperties(Integer, Boolean)
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"
The input range, or null if the object doesn't have an input range.