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    Default Anyone Try Easy-XL Yet?

    I don't know about anyone else that has tried this out, but I like it! Zip-Zip!! and done! I've had no issues with speed or results thus far - even pivoting!

    So far I think it Rocks!

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    Default Re: Anyone Try Easy-XL Yet?

    I really like it also. However - I am a little disappointed that when I split a worksheet, any calculations, data validation, etc are not on the new worksheets.
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    Default Re: Anyone Try Easy-XL Yet?

    Yes , I have it loaded on my laptop at home and my pc at the office
    2 worthwhile registrations considering the time saving functionality for my business

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    Default Re: Anyone Try Easy-XL Yet?

    I'm not much into add-ins anymore, but I checked this out [on request] and thought that it was pretty nice actually. I guess my curiosity had me wondering if anyone else gave it a try and liked the features.
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    I am currently working through the examples and will be buying a license in the next day or two. It is good to have the examples together with the data workbook so that it is very easy to follow along.
    I knew that it would be good but I wanted to download the free trial first so that I could test it with the other add-ins that I have installed.
    And, yes - there is the conflict that I was expecting. If I have FastExcel v2.4 (latest build is 495) active as an add-in when starting Excel, I found that Excel would usually crash when closing the Excel application after using some of the Easy-XL functions. This is NOT the fault of Easy-XL .... I was expecting a problem because I encountered a conflict a few years ago with the Power Utility Pack (PUP v7) add-in ... again caused by the code in FastExcel. Consequently I have tended to only have one of those add-ins active at a time. Easy-XL will be the most used so I have no problem with having the others (FastExcel, PUP and Spreadsheet Detective) inactive as they are not used very often. Perhaps I should add that FastExcel does not have bad code - it is just that the way that it works could affect code in other applications.
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