Restore Spreadsheet Files
Restore Spreadsheet file – How? How can I restore lost, deleted, erased, corrupt or changed spreadsheet file? How to restore spreadsheet file that was on formatted disk? How do I restore deleted spreadsheet file (Excel, OpenOffice, Lotus)?
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Spreadsheet document Restoration (Excel, OpenOffice, Lotus, etc.)
A spreadsheet is a computer application that simulates a paper, accounting worksheet. It displays multiple cells usually in a two-dimensional matrix or grid consisting of rows and columns. Each cell contains alphanumeric text, numeric values or formulas. A formula defines how the content of that cell is to be calculated from the contents of any other cell (or combination of cells) each time any cell is updated. Spreadsheets are frequently used for financial information because of their ability to re-calculate the entire sheet automatically after a change to a single cell is made. A pseudo third dimension to the matrix is sometimes applied as another layer, or layers/sheets, of two-dimensional data. Nevertheless, VisiCalc remains best known as "an Apple II program".
The acceptance of the IBM PC following its introduction in August, began slowly, because most of the programs available for it were translations from other computer models. Things changed dramatically with the introduction of Lotus 1-2-3 in November, and release for sale in January. Since it was written especially for the IBM PC, it had good performance and became the killer app for this PC. Lotus 1-2-3 drove sales of the PC due to the improvements in speed and graphics compared to VisiCalc on the Apple II.
Lotus 1-2-3, along with its competitor Borland Quattro, soon displaced VisiCalc. Lotus 1-2-3 was released on January 26, 1983, started outselling then-most-popular VisiCalc the very same year, and for a number of years was the leading spreadsheet for DOS.
Microsoft had been developing Excel on the Macintosh platform for several years at this point, where it had developed into a fairly powerful system. A port of Excel to Windows 2.0 resulted in a fully functional Windows spreadsheet. The more robust Windows 3.x platforms made it possible for Excel to take market share from Lotus. By the time Lotus responded with usable Windows products, Microsoft had started compiling their Office suite. Continuing through the present, Microsoft Excel has dominated the commercial electronic spreadsheet market.
Numbers is Apple Inc.'s spreadsheet software, part of iWork. It focuses on usability and the elegance of chart presentation. Numbers completed Apple's productivity suite, making it a viable competitor to Microsoft Office. It lacks features such as pivot table providing Table Categories as a simpler alternative.
OpenOffice Calc is a open-source program modelled after Microsoft Excel. Calc can both open and save in the Excel file format. Calc can be acquired as both an installation file and a portable program, capable of being run from a device such as a USB memory drive. It can be downloaded from the OpenOffice.org website.
Gnumeric is a cross-platform spreadsheet program that is part of the GNOME Free Software Desktop Project. It is intended to be a free replacement for proprietary spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel, which it broadly and openly emulates. Gnumeric was created and developed by Miguel de Icaza, and the current maintainer is Jody Goldberg.
Initially it was planned to add a Visual Basic-compatible scripting language to Gnumeric through Gnome Basic project, but as Gnome Basic was closed in favor of Mono, any plans to implement Basic-like functionality in Gnumeric were cancelled.
Gnumeric has the ability to import and export data in several file formats, including CSV, Microsoft Excel, HTML, LaTeX, Lotus 1-2-3, OpenDocument and Quattro Pro; its native format is the Gnumeric file format , an XML file compressed with gzip. It includes all of the spreadsheet functions of the North American edition of Microsoft Excel and many functions unique to Gnumeric. Pivot tables and conditional formatting are not yet supported but are planned for future versions. Gnumeric's accuracy has helped it to establish a niche among people using it for statistical analysis and other scientific tasks. For improving the accuracy of Gnumeric, the developers are cooperating with the R Project.
Web based spreadsheets
With the advent of advanced web technologies such as Ajax circa, a new generation of online spreadsheets has emerged. Equipped with a rich Internet application user experience, the best web based online spreadsheets have many of the features seen in desktop spreadsheet applications. Some of them have strong multi-user collaboration features. Some of them offer real time updates from remote sources such as stock prices and currency exchange rates.
Restore spreadsheet files, made by any applications:
- Microsoft Excel (XLS, XLSX, etc.)
- IBM Lotus Symphony
- Resolver One
- GNU Oleo – A traditional terminal mode spreadsheet for GNU based systems
- sc – A terminal mode spreadsheet for GNU based systems
- slsc – A terminal mode spreadsheet for GNU based systems
- Lotus Improv
- Javelin Software
- Lotus Jazz for Macintosh
- Borland's Quattro Pro
- Lotus Symphony
- Wingz for Macintosh
- Target Planner Calc for CP/M and TRS-DOS
- and many other spreadsheet applications
To restore spreadsheet file, download and run spreadsheet restoration software, recommended by Microsoft(R) corp. All lost spreadsheet files will be restored and saved in the safe place.