Powerful spreadsheet function calculation support added to the full TAdvStringGrid feature set
v184.108.40.206 (October 31, 2017)Version history
Feature overviewTAdvSpreadGrid extends the full power of TAdvStringGrid with formulas.
- Simple formula editing interface
- Auto recalculation
- Native XLS file import and export*
- Single cell recalculation, full recalculation
- Extensive range of mathematical functions
- Save with formulas or formula results only
- Single cell references in formulas
- Cell range formulas
- Formula precision for grid on cell basis
- Display formulas or formula results
- Date / time functions
- Intelligent formula aware copy and paste
- Can be extended with custom functions
- Cell names
- Cell name mode can be RxCy style or A1-style
- Can reference cells from other TAdvSpreadGrids
- Math library infrastructure to allow easy extending
- TAdvSpreadGrid with custom functions
- Includes the free ESBMaths library with 46 scientific constants and 19 mathematical functions from ESB Consultancy
- ESBPCS maths library available for even more statistical functions
- Intelligent and customizable hints while editing formulas
A sample application showing the TAdvSpreadGrid capabilities can be downloaded here
- TAdvStringGrid filters, free interface between TMS Grids and TMS Flexcel to provide import/export capabilities to .XLS & .XLSX, .PDF formats.
- Grid built-in functions
- Grid custom functions
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