Expitas LLC
WebWorksheet Productivity Solutions
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WebWorksheet publishes any Microsoft Excel Worksheet to the web as a fully functional web page, preserving all the logic and formatting of the original spreadsheet. Now you can use Excel to generate professional looking forms, calculators, reports, and web pages without having to hire professional programmers and web designers.
How it works
WebWorksheet is deployed as an add-in for Microsoft Excel. Simply use Excel to develop any form or calculator you wish to deploy. Identify the cells which require user input, and then execute the WebWorksheet macro. An html file will be created which looks and acts exactly as the original spreadsheet. Excel functions are transparently replicated using javascript to provide real-time calculations. This .htm file is then deployed to your website. If you can use Excel, you can deploy any workbook to the web. It's just that easy.
Who uses it?
• Small businesses use it to create online ordering forms which can be automatically emailed.
• Sales managers use it to distribute current inventory and pricing lists to the field.
• Teachers use it to publish schedules and practice exams on their school websites.
• Accounting managers use it to collect timesheets from the employees.
• Purchasing departments use it to publish RFP evaluation forms.
• System analysts and project managers use it for prototyping web screens.
• Mortgage companies and realtors use it to publish mortgage calculators.
• Attorneys use it to publish alimony calculators on their website.
Anyone that uses Microsoft Excel can use it!
Latest News
12 May 2017 - Now you can like us on Facebook!
4 January 2017 - Over 1000 licenses sold during 2016! Thanks for making WebWorksheet the leading spreadsheet converter on the market.
5 January 2015 - WebWorksheet release 3.4 is released for general availability.
15 August 2014 - WebWorksheet 3.3 is released. New features include a popup date picker, more functions for building intelligent forms, and support for more Excel functions.
16 May 2014 - WebWorksheet 3.2 is released for general availability. In addition to several minor fixes, this release contains the ability to encrypt and protect web page content.
4 January 2013 - WebWorksheet 3.1 is released for general availability. Version 3.1 contains support for additional Microsoft Excel functions, and provides several new functions to provide even easier web form development and deployment.
About Expitas LLC email: support@webworksheet.com