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Known Formula Issues in Excel

Known Formula Issues in Excel

Why can’t I use dates before 1/1/1900? I am getting 2 different results for the same calculation, how is that even possible? You might be asking yourself these types of questions, but worry not, Excel can be quirky at times. It may not be your fault after...

What’s New in Version 6.1

What’s New in Version 6.1

We’ve introduced the designer module in 6.0 with the purpose of decoupling the user interface creation from Excel workbooks. This approach proved to be very successful with its intuitive interface and added features. In the 6.1 version, responsive...

Comparing Converted Web Applications and Designer Applications

Comparing Converted Web Applications and Designer Applications

When creating a new web application from the SpreadsheetWEB web interface, the options you will see include Web Application, Web Service, Dashboard, Custom UI Application, and Designer. In this article, we’re going to be comparing two major methods, Web...

Basic Excel Formulas to Do Your Personal Finances

Basic Excel Formulas to Do Your Personal Finances

You may have built various data models, created complex calculators, and published monthly reports, or maybe you’re just a complete beginner when it comes to spreadsheets. Either way, Excel’s plethora of formulas, tables, shortcuts, and layout make it the...

10 Most Useful Formulas in Financial Modeling

10 Most Useful Formulas in Financial Modeling

Excel is the perfect tool for financial modeling. Many organizations can efficiently create and publish their models using only this tool. It’s no surprise Excel offers a ton of formulas that can handle almost any financial operation. In this article,...

Manage Tasks Better by Visualizing the Data in Gantt Chart

Manage Tasks Better by Visualizing the Data in Gantt Chart

What is a Gantt Chart? Gantt charts are widely used in managing resources, operations, production, and other fields. The start and end times of each item is portrayed using the X axis scale and the bar length. Thanks to the way this chart is structured,...

Transforming Data with the CONCATENATE function in Excel

Transforming Data with the CONCATENATE function in Excel

The data we collect in Excel spreadsheets are often unorganized and need to be restructured before using in reports or other calculations. When capturing first and last names, product IDs, or other properties, data collection tools can have different...