# STYLE function

Aplica un estil a la cel·la que conté la fórmula. Després d'un temps definit, s'hi pot aplicar un altre estil.

This function always returns the numeric value 0, which allows to use it by adding the STYLE function to other functions in the same cell without changing its value.

The STYLE function should not be used without compelling reason, its purpose is the use with asynchronous Add-In functions to visually notify about the availability of a result. In almost all other cases using conditional formatting instead is a better choice.

### Sintaxi

STYLE("Style" [; Time [; "Style2"]])

Style is the name of the cell style to be applied to the cell. Style names are not case-sensitive and must be entered in quotation marks.

Time is an optional time range in seconds. After this time is elapsed, the style defined in Style2 is applied. Leave this parameter blank if you do not want the style to be changed.

Style2 is the optional name of a cell style assigned to the cell after the time specified in the Time parameter has passed. If this parameter is missing the "Default" cell style is applied.

En les funcions del LibreOffice Calc, els paràmetres marcats com a «opcionals» es poden ometre quan no hi ha cap altre paràmetre que els segueixi. Per exemple, en una funció amb quatre paràmetres, en què els dos darrers estan marcats com a «opcionals», es pot ometre el paràmetre 4 o bé els paràmetres 3 i 4; en canvi, no es pot ometre únicament el paràmetre 3.

### Exemples

=10+STYLE("Good",60,"Neutral")

Enters the value 10 into the cell and applies the style named "Good". After 60 seconds, the style "Neutral" is applied.

Enters the result of multiplying the values in cells A1 and A2 and applies the style "Bad" if the result is less than 100, otherwise the style "Good" is applied. Here the function CURRENT() is used to get the currently evaluated value of the function in the cell.

="Total"&T(STYLE("Result"))

Enters the text "Total" into the cell and applies the style named "Result". Note that this example deals with textual values, hence the output of the STYLE function needs to be appended to the text using the & operator. The function T() is used to prevent the number "0" being appended to the resulting text.

#### Informació tècnica

This function is not part of the Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Version 1.3. Part 4: Recalculated Formula (OpenFormula) Format standard. The name space is

ORG.OPENOFFICE.STYLE

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