software is widely used, not only by accountants and finance
professionals, but also by the home-computer user. Spreadsheets are used
for a range of activities from organizational tasks to complex accounting
tasks. Many helpful resources for using spreadsheets can be found online.
These include tutorials, tips, and FAQs. There are many different
spreadsheet software package options from which to choose. These options
are dependant upon the operating system and the specific needs of the
user. Due to frequent usage, people have access to specific spreadsheet
topic discussions, tutorials and even spreadsheet joke pages to help
relieve the frustration of working with these tools on a regular basis.
Information Spreadsheet software can be “bulky”,
confusing, and even frustrating for both experienced and new users alike.
One of the best online resources for those using Microsoft’s Excel
spreadsheet software can be found at www.mrexcel.com.
This site provides solutions to many common complaints, frustrations, and
problems. Visit the CNET
spreadsheet page to access a complete list of current spreadsheet
software; complete with reviews, ratings, and price comparisons.
Software Different spreadsheet software packages are
available for Windows, Mac, Unix, and Linux operating systems. Some
spreadsheet software is available for more than one operating system.
Visit either this
site or The
Spreadsheet Page to
view a variety of the most popular spreadsheet software. Both these sites
include information about
different versions and prices. General information about 3D spreadsheet
software can be found at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3D-Calc.
Are you looking for
a spreadsheet that’s compatible with the Gnome desktop in Linux? If so,
visit the Gnome site
for information, downloads, and answers to FAQs about Gnumeric spreadsheet
software. If Unix is your operating system, then visit www.ais.com
to read about XESS Spreadsheet software. One of the most popular
spreadsheets on the market today is Excel. Visit Microsoft’s
Excel Web site to learn more about Excel. Another popular and
long-time favorite spreadsheet software is Lotus 123. At the Lotus site (www.lotus.com),
you can find information about purchasing their spreadsheet software, as
well as downloadable demos, and support. For an open source solution,
is the leading international office suite that will run on all
major platforms and provide access to all functionality and data with a
XML-based file format.
If you are looking for help creating a variety of
spreadsheet charts and graphs, then visit this
forum. Tutorials for popular spreadsheets are available for sale
Web page. Finally, to read some humor, based on the common
frustrations encountered by spreadsheet users, visit www.j-walk.com/ss/jokes.