Monday, July 25, 2005

Excel To PDF for FREE!

Graphic Exchange News: "New version of activePDF free PDF creation software for Windows
Jul 22, 05 | 10:09 am
activePDF has announced the release of PrimoPDF 2.0, a free PDF creation tool for Windows only that creates PDFs from virtually any printable file type.
New features in PrimoPDF 2.0 include the ability to generate secure PDFs with 40-/128-bit encryption and the option to add document information (e.g. title, author, subject, keywords). PrimoPDF can convert files in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other popular applications. To download PrimoPDF, visit www.PrimoPDF.com"

I will be trying this one out for sure! Anyone else? Would appreciate any feedback.

Ossie

Cheat Via Google For Spreadsheet Formats

Searching for Spreadsheets with Google: "Is there anything that Google can't do? This via ResearchBuzz.com, I found out that by using various syntaxes you can find spreadsheets, in all sorts of formats, with Google.
Here's how it works:
filetype:xls is the search string for finding any kind of Excel spreadsheet. For instance, you could type in planning filetype:xls and this is what you would come up with.
ResearchBuzz came up with a few more special ways to mix up the syntax, including this little gem: intitle:gantt filetype:xls site:edu.
Finding spreadsheets is not really my idea of a good time on the Web, but I'll contribute a search query: filetype:xls inurl:budget. My results are predictably full of budgety goodness. "

Well how about that! Why reinvent the wheel?

Ossie

Welcome To Super Spreadsheets

Hi Fellow Excel Users,

we hope to be bringing you the latest information on Microsoft's Excel® spreadhseet software from around the world. We'd love to get to know you so we would love to hear from you. Just hit the comment button below and let us know what you think.

Ossie