Download the best Spreadsheet Software for Free
Date Added: Apr 21, 2011
|Spreadsheets are basically computer application software that stimulates a paper for formulating accounting work. One of the most popular and widely used spreadsheet applications is Microsoft Office Excel, where various types of inputs can be arranged in rows and columns. Spreadsheet applications are essential part of Office application and helps users to keep track of crucial business information.
Spreadsheets are generally used for storing financial information due to their ability to re-calculate the whole sheet automatically when changes are made in a single cell. Now, let's look at some of the best free spreadsheet available today other than Excel:
1. Ssuite Office Accel Spreadsheet 7.2.2 - This free spreadsheet application is made for everyday home and professional use. With this tool you can calculate, analyze, and summarize your data in colorful graphics. The chart wizard present in the tool lets you select from eight or more categories of 2D and 3D charts which includes lines, area and column.
2. Bond Portfolio Spreadsheet v2.5 - This free Excel workbook is powerful spreadsheet application which can track a bond portfolio and can graphically display data such as monthly cash flow, breakdown of portfolio and credit quality. Moreover, the analytics section includes features like tracking modified duration and sensitivity of each bond.
3. PIPEtalk Excel Gantt Scheduler 3 - This free application is capable of running five and seven day calendars with holidays and plots in days and weeks. Unlike other free application this is capable of doing much more, like automatically drawing colored bars to represent different figures. Moreover, the calendar creates itself once you give it the command of start date, duration and time.
If you want to know about more spreadsheet application and also about other free office application, you can visit our section on Free Business and Management Tools where you will find all the best software free of charge.
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