Monday, February 22, 2010

Gnumeric 1.10 released has a review of the new Gnumeric 1.10 release. For those that don't know Gnumeric is an open source spreadsheet application built specifically for the GNOME desktop environment. Gnome can use a wide variety of spreadsheet formats including Microsoft Excel files, Lotus 1-2-3, Applix, Sylk, XBase, Open Office, Quattro Pro, Dif, Plan Perfect, and Oleo. Gnumeric's files is based on the Open Document Format.

The new 1.10 release removes the 65000 line restriction that was so common to many spreadsheet programs. From the Ostatic review...

The rest is all good news, though. Users will find plenty of improvements in Gnumeric 1.10, including better graphs with new plot types, about 40 new functions, and performance improvements for larger spreadsheets.
Gnumeric can be a great alternative to other spreadsheet programs.

1 comment:

Reygun said...

Very good program

I congratulate you for your articles are interesting

I think we need more tutorials on these tools