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Where is the help screen or info. I know Excel , how does this work Sum function, math etc????
Mefms on Apr 26, 2012 for Excel Notepad
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Bad
Refer to other reviews. They say it all.
djmerie on Apr 24, 2012 for Excel Notepad
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Not terrible
I gave this app three star because it's missing one of the key features of of an excel spreadsheet type app. It's missing the sort option. Being able to sort items is one of the main reasons why we use spreadsheet type apps, not the only reasons but one of the main reasons. Ad that feature, and the option to send and you'll have a good four star app
Reed2011 on Apr 24, 2012 for Excel Notepad
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I agree with the others. I thought this was a lite spreadsheet app that I could enter numbers and have basic calcs. It has the symbols which would indicate the ability to do mathematical calculations but I couldn't get it to work. I am fairly computer literate and use excel on a daily basis but couldn't get any functions to work, not even a simple sum. I am deleting along with others. Perhaps if they had help in the app you could use it.
Excel app on Apr 7, 2012 for Excel Notepad
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Very bad
Can not email it or copy and paste waste of time putting info into it. Made me mad spent a lot of time on it.
Very bad stuff on Apr 6, 2012 for Excel Notepad
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Lame attempt
If you NEED excel, this app is not for you! Extremely limited...cannot change column size, add lines/columns, merge cells and you are also limited to only 93 lines split between 3 pages. I would not recommend to anyone that needs more than a simple short list and probably still tell them to use paper instead! At least it was free!
STHii on Feb 25, 2012 for Excel Notepad
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