Create new document.
Double-click item Sheet1 in top-left tool window.
Paste the following macro into large code window:
Public Sub RefreshMyDocs()
Compare Sheets seems to fit the description:
Compare Sheets is a free software that can compare two Excel sheets
and display the results of comparison in another sheet. It’s a
lightweight and portable app that works independently of Microsoft
Excel and does file comparison without having to install Excel or
other similar app in your system.
You can simply export the spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel as a CSV, then use MySQL Workbench's import function:
This solution supports support cells containing line breaks and support cells containing '. However, it doesn't support all special characters as the Excel to CSV export will mangle the special characters that aren't ASCII characters. To perform an ...
One mechanism that you could possibly use would be to install a Virtual Manchine, such as Virtual Box, download one of the windows test images at https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/tools/vms/ which will give you a 90 day expiry image of windows and on that download and install for a trial period the version of office that your prospective ...
Try OpenOffice or LibreOffice. Open Office is from Apache and it's free for linux. I don't know if it is free for Windows or not. When you go to the page, use the computer for which you want the installation and it should sense your operating system.
Here is a link for OpenOffice: openoffice.org
I wrote an application for importing an Excel spreadsheet into MySQL. It meets all your other requirements except specifying columns to import, but it will import everything very fast and you can ignore or remove columns you don't want easily enough. In my biased opinion it is simply the most accurate, easiest and fastest way to import Excel spreadsheets ...
If the way via an intermediate CSV file is OK, I suggest the following workflow:
Conversion from Excel to CSV
Use xlsx2csv, a python script which is small, efficient and fast. In the most easiest case (Excel file with one sheet) you could get away with the command line:
python xlsx2csv.py data.xslx data.csv
Conversion from CSV to Markdown
Use csvtomd, ...
I would suggest using python with the xlrd library, the conversion could be as simple as:
from xlrd import open_workbook
""" Convert an excel file to csv."""
basename, ext = os.path.splitext(filename)
wb = open_workbook(filename)
for s in wb.sheets():
outfile = ...
queXF is an Open Source, web based paper form verification and data entry system:
It requires you to first express your paper-printed form in the queXML format.
queXF then uses this "schema" to recognize fields of the scanned image.
Not sure about the Excel format.
Free, Open source, seems well-maintained (last release 2 months ago).
ABLE2EXTRACT PDF CONVERTER does this brilliantly well. You can check demo video on their page. The thing I love about this software is (and I think its unique to this product alone):
You can just select an area from a page (a table in our case) on PDF and ask it to convert.
While converting it gives us two options: Automatic or Manual (I just love this). ...
CudaText editor has features for it:
option "ruler_show": True in user.json - this shows horizontal ruler on the top
menu item "View - Toggle ruler"
option "margin_string": "30 40 50" in user.json - this shows vertical lines at specified (space separated) columns.
To change color of vertical lines, use dialog in "Options / Settings-more / Settings - theme -...
I will list several answers based on what your question entails, feel free to take your pick as your ultimate solution.
My newer computer is a 64 bit Windows 7 (yes, it's an antique :-). The 2007 software will not install on my 64 bit computer.
Excel 32-bit should absolutely install on your 64-bit operating system, because it is backwards-compatible with ...
Try Power Pivot (previously PowerPivot).
Power Pivot is an Excel add-in for Excel 2010 and 2013 that allows you to efficiently analyze and report on millions of rows of data.
It's not technically OLAP, but I think it meets your primary business goals. When you connect Power Pivot to a data source, such as Microsoft SQL Server, you do it in much the same way ...
I have used Palo OLAP with Palo for Excel. Wasn't very practical or fast tho.
I have tried Pentaho also. Until version 4.8, not practical at all - too many configs, a simple change in the underlying data structure (or DBMS config) required lots of changes on the software config. Pentaho 5 simplified this very much, but I still feel like having too much work ...
Since you are going to end up in python anyway why not just read the Excel file directly using python in the first place, and do whatever processing you want there? I use xlrd for python all the time and it works great.
Not xubuntu specific but should get close enough
If a programmatic solution will be acceptable, Essential XlsIO can be used to generate the list of external references for Excel files.
Simple sample application that generates a list with source code: link.
//type casting to internal class "WorkbookImpl" from "IWorkbook"
WorkbookImpl workbookImpl = workbook as WorkbookImpl;
//Get the external workbook ...
First you might need to extract the reference exists in an excel file. This SO question is having a very good details. If you want a simple solution, you may be you can use the link to extract a separate list of references.
If you can prepare a excel sheet with all the files and its relationship you can use Neo4J to use that data to generate the graph. ...
What about making use of Windows 7's built in Previous Versions feature? Just right click on the file and select Restore Previous Versions.
I'm not sure it literally makes every version of the file available, but if you increase the size available for System Recovery it can make a lot of previous versions available.
So I ended up trying the Excel PowerQuery add in and that was perfect. It allowed me to query 1500 xls sheets in a standard folder either in the Cloud or my desk, then remove all incomplete rows, update records with additional mappings from 1 sheet, 1 time, and then load to CRM or convert to a csv. I was given an added Bonus of being able to compare to a ...
Hi my answer is not provided based on personal experience but I hope this tool will help you Bulk File Merger,This Program allows the following features.
It allows to Merge several file types (xls/xlsx),(doc/docx), csv, and
text (txt) files.
No technical/macro programming or formulas to mess with With a few
clicks, the program will automatically merge your ...
For a complete (Scan, Capture and Document Management) and affordable solution, look at Librex.
It covers your requirements. You'll be able to scan your receipts, extract the metatadata our of them, and then search the recepit per metadata. In the search results, you may copy the metadata and paste in Excel, so for that requirement, it would be a "two step" ...
Since you said that you have Microsoft Excel, I'm going to assume that you also have Access.
I am not a great fan of Access but I must say it sometimes is fit and fast for certain task.
As far as data entry is concerned:
building a database with Access is very easy (they teach it at middle school children and to many not-that-tech people) and then using ...
Try https://sqlizer.io (I work here) which converts Excel (xls and xlsx) files to SQL databases. It's free for small databases (under 5000 rows) then costs $15.
You have to tell it which worksheet and range you want to import and then it does a pretty decent job from there onwards.
Here is a chart I made with Highcharts:
In this example I took the ...
You might want to give www.publisheet.com a try. It's an add-in for Excel that allows you to publish your spreadsheets as dynamic web pages with formula support.
To publish your spreadsheet, simply provide a title in the Publisheet add-in pane and click the Publish button. In just a few seconds your dynamic web page will be ready, stored ...