Convert Excel spreadsheets to live web pages!

Convert Excel spreadsheets to calculating web pages. With this powerful add-in for Excel, you can convert spreadsheets to modern web pages with advanced functionality that would be very costly to develop using a professional web designer. Help your users customize 200 rubber tubes, select the best printer or buy the right volume of seeds for their garden.

Create smart web forms. Design the perfect order form in Excel with calculated totals, weights and volumes. SpreadsheetConverter appears as an extra menu in Excel where you can add graphical widgets and other important form elements to your design. The converted web page automatically sends new orders via e-mail to your order desk.

Compile any Excel spreadsheet into a powerful web app. Help a building engineer complete a safety survey directly on-site. Calculate your server’s power and cooling figures on your iPhone while your customer gets her car.

New versions and features

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Live Preview in 10.0

Increase your productivity with automatic conversions. Live Preview windows are always in sync with what you do in Excel. Version 10 also has a new ribbon layout with smart shortcuts to tabs and windows.

You can open Live Preview windows on any device on the network. You can copy and paste widgets. If you need to insert many widgets of the same kind, there are now two ways to do this with just one click.

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Get barcodes in 9.4!

Two new widgets in version 9.4 let you generate barcodes and QR codes directly in your web page, either from static content or calculated by formulas and live data in a web form.

We made it possible to report conversion errors and ask questions directly from the Errors tab in the task pane. We added more free example spreadsheets to make it easier for you to test the converter directly.

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Maps, charts and images in focus for version 9.3

Version 9.3 has enhanced conditional formatting with 3-color scale and data bars. The PDF file that you get for each form now includes a snapshot of each map, chart and linked image.

You get a responsive web page design also for charts, images and maps. The new Theme Preview toolbar allows you to test variations of a theme and set other layout options directly in the web browser.

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Design your online calculator in Microsoft Excel, then convert it into a calculating and interactive web page. A smart calculator on your website makes people come back.

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Examples

With SpreadsheetConverter, you can publish nearly all Excel spreadsheets on the web, retaining the live user experience and the immediate recalculation when cell contents are changed.

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Free download

Test the program in your own Windows laptop with your own spreadsheets for up to 30 days at no charge. If you like it, buy a license key and your trial version is upgraded to the full version.

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Home Equity calculator with live interactive chart

This is one of our favorite examples because it shows to advantage of live charts. Change any cell in the spreadsheet and the chart immediately reflects the new values.

In this example, you can also see a useful implementation of a slider. To change the years remaining on a loan, we could just have used a standard numeric field. Using a slider allows for much easier visualization of how the equity varies over the lifetime of the loan.

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In the Spotlight

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Technology

The interactive charts can be manipulated directly by your website visitors. This increases the value of any chart, and involves your visitors in the analytical process.

  • Click on a data series to show or hide the series.
  • Hover the mouse over any data series to see it better.
  • Use your fingers on phones and tablets.
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Standards

SpreadsheetConverter supports industry-standard responsive web design. If you split your spreadsheet into logical blocks, your calculators and forms look great on any kind of device.

With other solutions you may have to create a separate “mobile” version of each “classic” spreadsheet. With SpreadsheetConverter you just divide the spreadsheet into responsive blocks that adapt to any screen width.

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Partners

With our Publish to Cloud service, your calculator is hosted on the distributed Amazon S3 infrastructure with superior performance, extreme reliability and massive scalability.

Over a dozen server locations around the globe ensure that your calculator always is within easy reach of your global audience. Test versions are automatically deleted after 7 days. Production links never expire.

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A calculating web form for catering orders

This one started as a spreadsheet we created to calculate catering costs. After a while, we found that people were using old versions with old prices. With SpreadsheetConverter, we could convert our spreadsheet to a web page calculator that people could use directly on our internal web.

When prices change, all we have to do is update and convert the spreadsheet, upload it on the web, and the new prices are immediately there for everybody.

Before we started using SpreadsheetConverter, we were always chasing people, asking them to provide additional information that we just must have to process a catering order, e.g. their cost center numbers. Then we found out how to add a Send button to our little calculator. Now, after people have specified their requirements and checked the prices, they can send us their order directly from our web page with just a click of a button.

SpreadsheetConverter allows us to make certain fields in the catering order form mandatory. So now, no-one can send us a catering order without specifying their cost center. You bet it saves us time!

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Build powerful web apps with Excel

This developer is using Excel to create a calculator for a loan application form, and previewing the form on an iPhone.

You only need basic Excel skills to develop powerful web apps.

  • Use the iPhone/Android flavor to fully utilize touch screens.
  • Use the HTML flavor for a responsive design that adapts to the width of each screen.

Everything works just like in Excel. Use formulas and functions to calculate values, and design the layout with Excel’s formatting options. Everything you do in Excel comes across to the web app.

 

Create beautiful web apps for iPhone and Android

The screenshot to the left is from a mobile web app that was directly converted from an Excel spreadsheet. The app calculates the monthly payments for a car loan depending on time and interest. It also shows you the total interest paid for the loan. For us, it also demonstrates some of our popular web widgets and the powerful hide rows feature.

To open the Car Loan calculator in your phone, scan the QR code below.

If you’re uncomfortable doing that, read our tutorial about scanning QR codes.

If you want to build apps like this just by converting Excel spreadsheets, read the guide to creating iPhone/Android web apps from Excel spreadsheets.

Barcode for the Car Loan calculator

 

 

A responsive spreadsheet that adapts to the screen

Historically, most spreadsheets were made very wide to fit the desktop screens of long ago. Today, this landscape-oriented design makes old spreadsheets difficult to use on smaller devices that are mostly used with the screen in portrait orientation. The unnecessarily wide layout requires a lot of horizontal scrolling.

Other solutions may force you to create a separate “mobile” version of each spreadsheet. With SpreadsheetConverter you can instead easily divide the spreadsheet into responsive blocks that naturally flow across the screen to fit any screen width.

With responsive design, your web calculator or form automatically adapts to different screen widths.

  • A visitor with a wide screen sees the responsive blocks for JanuaryFebruary and March in the same horizontal row.
  • On a tablet, the calculator automatically shrinks to a two-column layout. The March block appears below the January and February blocks.
  • On a phone, there is only room for a single block at a time on the narrow screen. The February block comes after the January block, before the March block.

Responsive blocks are easy to use and with little effort make almost any old and wide spreadsheet fit even the smallest screens.

Try this Excel add-in now!

Click on Download to install and test this Excel add-in for Windows.

Click on Upload to let us convert a spreadsheet for you for free.