Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 19th Aug 2007 18:57 UTC
Apple "Apple's iWork '08 boasts improvements to the software suite's word processing and presentation applications, but - more importantly - it fills the suite's spreadsheet hole with Numbers. eWEEK Labs ran Numbers through its paces, and found it to be a strong addition to the productivity software market and a promising alternative to Microsoft Excel."
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enterprise.
by _df_ on Mon 20th Aug 2007 16:56 UTC
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2005-07-06

can I put code under it? we have some bigtime 'apps' written in excel. horrendous things that should not but but do some important business decisions.

if I cant script+code it underneath the spreadsheet,it aint fit for the enterprise.

mostly, I dont care about it, it will never be on my corporate radar, as the people who make the decisions know its different and different is bad.

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RE: enterprise.
by Laurence on Mon 20th Aug 2007 17:17 in reply to "enterprise."
Laurence Member since:
2007-03-26

"can I put code under it? we have some bigtime 'apps' written in excel. horrendous things that should not but but do some important business decisions.

if I cant script+code it underneath the spreadsheet,it aint fit for the enterprise. "


I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that the Mac release of Excel doesn't support VBA - only the Windows version does.

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