It would seem obvious to assume that we should be able to access the cells in the spreadsheet using some object or function, especially because of what we learned about OOo UNO objects in Chapter 3. And, as you would expect:
Each spreadsheet that you create contains one or more worksheets (by default there will be three worksheets, and as a matter of interest there can be a maximum of 256).
Each worksheet consists of a number of cells (8,192,000 of them arranged in 256 columns by 32,000 rows).
And, of course it is easy to access each worksheet and its cells:
Each worksheet can be identified by an index number ...