Write a a character vector containing Excel formula to a worksheet.
Use `wb_add_formula()`

or `add_formula()`

in new code. This function is
deprecated and may be defunct.

## Usage

```
write_formula(
wb,
sheet,
x,
dims = wb_dims(start_row, start_col),
start_col = 1,
start_row = 1,
array = FALSE,
cm = FALSE,
apply_cell_style = TRUE,
remove_cell_style = FALSE,
enforce = FALSE,
...
)
```

## Arguments

- wb
A Workbook object containing a worksheet.

- sheet
The worksheet to write to. (either as index or name)

- x
A formula as character vector.

- dims
Spreadsheet dimensions that will determine where

`x`

spans: "A1", "A1:B2", "A:B"- start_col
A vector specifying the starting column to write to.

- start_row
A vector specifying the starting row to write to.

- array
A bool if the function written is of type array

- cm
A special kind of array function that hides the curly braces in the cell. Add this, if you see "@" inserted into your formulas.

- apply_cell_style
Should we write cell styles to the workbook?

- remove_cell_style
Should we keep the cell style?

- enforce
enforce dims

- ...
additional arguments