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Utilizing Web Services in Excel Using Formulas

Excel is typically where data ends up being collected. User inputs, data exports, and even web services can provide such data. There are various tools and even some built-in Excel features that can help with this sort of operations, but nothing beats a...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.3

Dashboards have always been an integral part of SpreadsheetWEB. The software ships with its own built-in data visualization platform. Visualizing the data you collect with your web applications, then creating reports has always been an appealing bonus. We...

3D References in Excel

3D references are special use of Excel ranges that refer to the same cell or range through multiple sheets. The third dimension, being across sheets, can be seen like a z-axis. 3D references are great for consolidating data from similarly built sheets. For...

How to reduce file size of your Excel workbooks

In addition to transportation disadvantages, a large Excel file is typically the culprit for performance drops when you’re opening, calculating, or saving a spreadsheet. If your file suddenly increased from KBs to MBs, it might be a good idea to...

Excel Case Statements: SWITCH Function Versus Nested IF

Excel case statements can be handled with either SWITCH function or nested IF statements. A popular use for the IF function is creating nested formulas that can check for various criteria. However, nested IF statements can get pretty complicated and...

Excel Named Ranges

Users of all levels have different feelings about Excel named ranges. Some find them cumbersome, while others use them religiously. In addition to allowing quick access to complex references, named ranges can make your formulas a lot easier to read and...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.2

Since its addition in 6.0, the designer module has proven to be an excellent tool for creating professional looking web applications filled with features. We’ve been constantly updating the designer to give our users the best experience possible, while...

How to Password Protect Excel Files

Some Excel files are the result of months of development and you may not want to pass this work to everyone lightly. Be it for protecting your intellectual property, monetizing your data model, or simply preventing user errors, there are several reasons...