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SpreadCE 3.15

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Posted 7 months ago | News | Chris Tilley 0 comments

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Bye Design's fully featured Microsoft Excel compatible Spreadsheet app for Windows CE, Windows and Android has been updated to version 3.15.

The app, which is fully compatible with Excel 2.0 through 2019 as well as the OpenDocument format includes full charting, function, macro and even a fully featured VBA client. It is available for most Windows CE Handheld PC, Palm-sized PC and Pocket PC devices from CE 2.0 upwards and on all of the major CPU types and for those devices equipped with Pocket Excel, simply blows the first-party spreadsheet app out of the water in terms of features and functionality.

The changelog indicates that this is a general bug-fix release, with no major new features. SpreadCE 3.14 can be downloaded directly from the Bye Design site as a shareware release. The full version costs $20.00 USD (£16.53 GBP, €19.01 EUR, ¥2,985.95 JPY est.) and is well worth the purchase. As ever, we encourage you to support our active developers if the app has utility for you and you have the means to do so.

The changelog for the release indicates that it is a maintenance release, with general bug fixes and enhancements being present in addition for the release having improved support for high-resolution displays. The shareware version can be downloaded from the SCL or directly from Bye Design. If you are a registered user, look out for the email with links to the free update!

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With thanks to torch for the news of the release
Posted on 01 September 2023 at 13:03By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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