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Spreadsheet programs refer to the entire file as a workbook and each page as a worksheet.
The widespread availability of desktop spreadsheet programs can put the power of simulation in the hands of virtually any risk manager.
Working within your Web browser, you can access a word processor, spreadsheet program, presentation program, drawing program, and forms program for free.
This allows the user to run multiple applications at once, such as entering into a spreadsheet program while copying from one disk to another at the same time.
Our Lotus 1-2-3 software lent itself best to this purpose, but we did not want to retype the entire checklist questionnaire into the spreadsheet program.
On this date 30 years ago, the infant personal computer was empowered to become something much greater than a glorified word processor, with the release of the spreadsheet program Lotus 1-2-3.
Their introduction relies heavily on models and applications, often using a spreadsheet program.
A student management system automatically records each reader's progress, and the data can be viewed on screen, printed or exported to a spreadsheet program.
He said problems with a computer spreadsheet program caused the delay.
While all spreadsheet applications are superb at calculating huge amounts of data, it was only relatively recently, with the introduction of the Excel PivotTable function, that a spreadsheet program could analyze that data in greater depth.
Both a spreadsheet program and worksheets created by staff were opened by a review partner without further loading of application software.
The 11-ounce unit was one of the first personal communicators to offer a PC-compatible version of the Lotus 1-2-3 financial spreadsheet program and to provide wireless messaging (using an optional Motorola News-Stream receiver).