A spreadsheet is a computer program organizing cells, containing numbers, dates, or text, into columns and rows. Then the values of these cells are used in formulas in other cells to give results. When a number is changed in one place, the results of other cells change immediately. This is extremely useful for business forecasting, bookkeeping, and so forth.
Full-featured object-oriented spreadsheet for Windows. Freeware.
Promotes research regarding the extent and nature of the problem of spreadsheet risks.
A GNU spreadsheet.
For the Mac, version 9 or X. Description of the product, presentation of the company.
List of spreadsheets tools and books and their authors.
FAQ of the comp.apps.spreadsheets usenet newsgroup.
By John Walkenbach, author of the spreadsheet column for PC World magazine. Offers history, links, and illustrated jokes as well as files, FAQs, and release list for Excel, Lotus 1-2-3, and Quattro Pro.
One of the first "killer apps" for personal computers. Information from its creators, Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston.
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