SpreadsheetGear Adds Microsoft Excel 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 Support


LENEXA, KS, June 22nd, 2010 - Today, SpreadsheetGear LLC announced the immediate availability of SpreadsheetGear 2010.

LENEXA, KS, June 22nd, 2010 - Today, SpreadsheetGear LLC announced the immediate availability of SpreadsheetGear 2010. With one safe managed assembly, SpreadsheetGear 2010 enables developers to easily add scalable ASP.NET Excel Reporting, dynamic Dashboards from Excel Charts and Ranges, powerful Windows Forms Spreadsheet Controls, comprehensive Excel Compatible Charting, the fastest and most complete Excel Compatible Calculations and much more.

"With SpreadsheetGear 2010 we have again focused on the most frequently requested features including autofilters and the associated SUBTOTAL function, password protected workbooks, macro-enabled Open XML (.xlsm) support, Excel 2010 support, Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 support, and a number of charting features which include radar charts, log scales, error bars, trendlines, series line smoothing, minor ticks and gridlines, dashed line styles and date scales," said Terry Erickson, Chief Software Architect, SpreadsheetGear LLC.

SpreadsheetGear LLC: Focusing on Spreadsheet Technology
"We are pleased to be able to release Microsoft Excel 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 support in a timely fashion while at the same time adding comprehensive autofilter support, charting features and more." said Joe Erickson, Founder and CEO, SpreadsheetGear LLC. "This is the sixth straight year in which we have had a major SpreadsheetGear for .NET release, and we are committed to continuing to focus on building the best available spreadsheet technology while providing the best customer support in the industry."

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Author: Biju26 Aug 2010 Member Level: Gold   Points : 2

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