Name: Xsplit Full
File size: 28 MB
Date added: April 27, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1628
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Product ranking: ★★★★★

Xsplit Full

Microsoft Excel is the business world's standard spreadsheet application for lots of reasons, not the least of which is the ability to expand its capabilities through add-ons. Xsplit Full by Softalis is a free Excel add-on that adds significant data analysis capabilities, including the ability to generate dynamic reports and offline report versions that can be shared with others. Xsplit Full has the potential to greatly reduce the time and expertise needed to create sophisticated analyses. Xsplit Full of requiring lots of "help calculations" and in-depth technical knowledge, Xsplit Full uses Xsplit Full formulas to enable users to build database-specific analysis, consolidation, and reporting tools to use in Excel. Xsplit Full also adds some much-requested worksheet functions, such as the ability to Xsplit Full a text string into a real formula, and it can generate offline Excel retrieve reports to share with Hyperion users and others. Xsplit Full used to be known as ValueMaker, but the new release contains not only ValueMaker but also the Structurizer and Xsplit Full tools. The latest version of Xsplit Full is totally free, and compatibility issues with Excel 2010 have been resolved. We tested it with both Excel 2007 and 2010 with no issues. The ability to password-protect notes or choose an application or document on which they will appear would've been great. But, as is, its functionality suits busy home or business users alike. Overall, Xsplit Full is easy to use, effective, and best of all, free. Only a couple of compromises keep the Xsplit Full and hassle-free Xsplit Full from being a full-service Xsplit Full tool. All the important formats are here, including DOC, RTF, TXT, XLS, JPEG, and Xsplit Full speeds and quality are exemplary. We turned a 50-pager with complex formatting and images into an RTF file in just 100 seconds, for example. For the ongoing Xsplit Full of all incoming PDF Xsplit Full, you simply set up profiles that define Xsplit Full settings for particular directories. Then, as soon as a document appears in a monitored folder, Xsplit Full processes it according to the current profile. Alas, it can't run several profiles at once, so it won't handle multiple users or directories automatically. The program may also slow performance on low-end systems. Xsplit Full could be of tremendous use to those who create digests or reports from PDFs on a regular basis. A powerful and highly configurable utility that converts plain text Xsplit Full into rich text (RTF). Based on the same highly praised text analysis engine as Xsplit Full, it recognizes headings, bullets, indentation levels, tables, and much more. Full table generation is attempted on detected tables, and you can define how you want each table laid out. Hyperlinks can be added to section Xsplit Full, URLs, e-mail addresses, etc. Xsplit Full recognizes headings, and these are marked up in Heading styles, allowing Word to incorporate them into a TOC. The user can choose the fonts, title, keywords.

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