Calc is a spreadsheet application. Newcomers find it intuitive and easy to learn; professional data miners and number crunchers will appreciate the comprehensive range of advanced functions.
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Natural language formulas - lets you create formulas using words (e.g. "sales - costs").
Intelligent Sum Button - inserts a sum function or a subtotal automatically, depending on context.
Wizards - guides you through choosing and using a comprehensive range of advanced spreadsheet functions, or download templates from our Templates repository for ready-made spreadsheet solutions.
Styles and Formatting - makes it easy to apply flexible cell formatting options, including freely rotating contents, templates, backgrounds, borders, and many more. There are templates with built-in functions.
Scenario Manager - allows "what if ..." analysis at the touch of a button - e.g. compare profitability for high / medium / low sales forecasts.
Calc's solver - component allows solving optimization problems where the optimum value of a particular spreadsheet cell has to be calculated based on constraints provided in other cells.
Multiple users support - Encourages collaborative work on spreadsheets. By sharing a spreadsheet, other users can easily add their data to the spreadsheet. The spreadsheet owner can then easily integrate the new data with a few clicks. This collaboration feature helps avoid editing conflicts.
Save your spreadsheets in OpenDocument format, the new international standard for office documents. This XML based format means you're not tied in to Calc. You can access your spreadsheets from any OpenDocument compliant software.
You are free to import your old Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, or save your work in Excel format for sending to people who are using Microsoft products. Calc is able to read .xlsx files created with Microsoft Office 2007 or Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac OS X.
If you want to send your results to someone who doesn't have a spreadsheet application installed, then use Portable Document Format (.pdf) - no need to buy or install any extra software.
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