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Bye Design Updates SpreadCE

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Posted 9 years ago | News | 0 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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In a surprising, but welcome move Stephen Bye of Bye Design, the company behind the award winning SpreadCE spread sheet program has updated the companies flagship product.

After more than 2 years hiatus, SpreadCE has been updated to version 2.05 which includes a number of bug fixes and new features for SpreadCE users.

The headline new features of the 2.05 release include:
  • Can now open Excel files as old as Excel 2.1.
  • Files can be dragged/dropped into the application window to open them.
  • Increased length of text allowed for hyperlinks.
  • Application window position is now saved and restored.
  • Sort dialog box is now bigger.
  • Validation list selection now counts as a worksheet change event and can trigger a macro.
  • Find/Replace and Delete now ignore hidden rows when a filter is active.
  • The CHAR worksheet function now uses ANSI code page.
  • Added Insert > Name > Paste menu option.
  • Added LIST.NAMES macro function.

SpreadCE is licensed per per-user, per-processor architecture (SH3, SH4, ARM, MIPS or x86) with each license costing $20 USD. A shareware version is available as a trial.

More information on SpreadCE can be found at the link below.

With thanks to Richard Plume for passing us news of this release.

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Posted on 24 July 2012 at 10:40

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