|String||A String expression that indicates the formula to compute the field/cell. The formula is applied to all cells in the column with the CellValueFormat property on exText ( the exText value is by default ).|
Use the CellValueFormat property to change the type for a particular cell. Use the CellValue property to specify the cell's content. For instance, if the CellValueFormat property is exComputedField, the Caption property indicates the formula to compute the cell's content.
The Def(exCellValueFormat) property is changed to exComputedField, each time the ComputeField property is changed to a not empty value. If the ComputedField property is set to an empty string, the Def(exCellValueFormat) property is set to exText. Call the Refresh method to force refreshing the control.
The expression may be a combination of variables, constants, strings, dates and operators. A string is delimited by ", ` or ' characters, and inside they can have the starting character preceded by \ character, ie "\"This is a quote\"". A date is delimited by # character, ie #1/31/2001 10:00# means the January 31th, 2001, 10:00 AM.
The expression supports cell's identifiers as follows:
This property/method supports predefined constants and operators/functions as described here.