Simple Sheets 1.2 esteve disponível como oferta em 30 de dezembro de 2014
Simple and smart, powerful and elegant - Simple Sheets is everything you've come to expect from spreadsheet editor. Use it to create, manage, print and convert spreadsheet files of any popular format.
Load, convert and save workbooks, use tools and functions you already experienced with, enjoy intuitive, minimalist interface that’s inspired by Windows 8 - Simple Sheets got everything that you’ve come to expect from Microsoft Excel, except for the price!
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP; Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 (installs if absent); 512Mb RAM; ~31MB of HDD space
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system.
The installer installs a "portable" version, seems to be bound to a machine code. I did not test the portability. The key could be a little bit longer, making a fun for entering this manually.
The program folder shows a clear structure of the used files. You don't see this very often. Have a look into the program folder! If somebody programs such a clear structure. it is a sign of competence, at least for me - no yytools.exe or Fymcya101.dll.
Like the program folder the interface upon start. A calm white interface. You load your existing spreadsheet or you crate a new one. The program loads without problems existing EXCEL sheets.
And now ... on a short look through the options, this program has all, what is needed for spreadsheet calculation. It becomes more and more "crowded", when you enter "insert" or "formulas". This IS an Excel replacement, if you don't need all the macro stuff - and the automation procedures.
A quick look to a print preview. It has everything you'll need for a "simple" and basic spreadsheet editor.
Makes a very good impression. This software does not compete with the Free-Open-Other office programs. It is an easy to handle editor, if you are familiar with EXCEL. Otherwise also simple programs can be difficult to handle.
My compliment goes to the programmer. I will keep this as an fast spreadsheet viewer&editor.
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For the first time in history the (misleading) GAOTD rating doesn't correspond to Karl's review.
But I agree with Karl: this is an excellent Excel replacement, as it allows you to use formulas, insert various objects into the documents, as well as create a huge number of charts with no hassle.
So there is no reason to give it so many THUMBS DOWN!
As best FREE alternative, try this pretty unknown app:
And as Office Replacement:
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I decided to try this in the hopes that the developer would take some of the good ideas of the new Windows look and discard the blazingly stupid & cumbersome design nonsense that is currently running rampant through Microsoft. Alas, this was not the case. The top section, which contains nothing more than "Documents", "Close", "Minimize", & "Toggle Fullscreen" in giant text, takes a full 1/5th of the top of the screen with no option to shrink it to a reasonable height, or, which I would prefer, remove it entirely. This is one of those cumbersome nonsense designs made by people who don't really work with spreadsheets and in fact don't really work with anything other than pretty pictures. I'm not using a spreadsheet because I want big giant pretty buttons that are easy to read on a 2" screen, I'm using it to handle a lot of data. That's not to say I don't want something pleasing to the eye, but it's like someone at Microsoft (that this company is trying to mimic) fired all the grown-ups who brought some wisdom and experience to the product.
Since this opened in full screen mode, I was curious what would happen if I clicked "Toggle Fullscreen". It did what you would guess it should do - revert to windowed mode. Only, the window was about 2" square on my screen. I resized the window to what I wanted it, clicked "Toggle Fullscreen", which now put the program into full screen, then clicked it again. To my dismay, it didn't return to the size I wished, but became that tiny little useless window. Now before I move on to the main event, there are two things more to mention about this issue. First, in full screen mode I can't even see my task bar. This is a first for me, as it is set to default always on top and hidden until I get near it. Apparently this program over-rides my preferences for it's own - a big no-no. Second, if the screen is already in full screen mode, I expect the clown button to change from "Toggle Fullscreen" to "Toggle Windowed Mode" or something that indicates I am, in fact, in full screen and there is another option. Maybe this is asking too much from this developer.
The program takes a fairly long time to open. When I clicked "New Document" a "loading" animation started to play and I waited. And waited. And then wondered if it was broken before a new document opened. There are some spreadsheets that are so large they take a few seconds to open, but this was just a default spreadsheet, not even a template of some kind. WTH. I tried opening a second new document thinking it would load faster. Not only did it take just as long to open the second one, but I had to hit the giant clown button to get back to the "main" screen to do it. Ugh.
I then decided to open one of my spreadsheets. Not too large, just under 700 rows by 15 columns. Again, the "loading" animation. Finally it opened. I thought maybe it was because this was all new to the program, so I closed it and opened it again. Still the wait. I did this a third time, just to see how long it was actually taking, and I timed it at 18 seconds. That's 15 seconds too long. I can't help but wonder if this thing is secretly dialing home and sending all my info somewhere. I mean, what could possibly be taking so long?
And now for the pièce de résistance: Data Entry. Imagine that little ROFLMAO emoticon. That about sums it up. Sure, I can type into the spreadsheet, I can even tab to the next entry, but apparently there are no shortcuts. You spreadsheet users know what I'm talking about. All those lovely little shortcuts that do things like stick the current date or time in the cell and save you so much time. Even those terribly scarce program short-cuts that no one knows about: ctrl-W to close the program/screen or ctrl-N to open a new document. Yeah, none of those standard ones worked either. So I thought I'd check out the help file to see if they had their own. I couldn't find it. Now, maybe this was because I kept being distracted by the giant-huge-mass useless buttons constantly screaming at my eyes from the top or maybe it's because I couldn't see the microscopic menu text that wouldn't resize, but I suspect there isn't any link to any help file. You're on your own with this one.
Saving the file was another joy. The program is nice enough to let you know you have unsaved changes by placing an asterisk next to the file name. Great. I tried ctrl-S and the asterisk stayed there. I presumed it hadn't saved, so I clicked "File", but I could only choose "Save As". I clicked that just for giggles and the default option to save was as an Excel file in 1997-2003 format. WTH? This is saved and managed in the latest formats. Why would I be given this choice even if this was done with an old version. I would expect the default "Save As" to be in the latest version all the time. I closed the program without saving and re-opened the file. Strangely enough, my changes were saved. At least when I re-opened the asterisk was gone.
I don't think this is even worth a download unless you are desperate for a spreadsheet and hate the Chinese or the OpenOffice developer community so bad you refuse to use any of their products. The only reason I can see to download this is to be nice and test it for the developer and post your experiences as well to help them make a better product. If you are simply looking for something for free, get OpenOffice or WPS Office.
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There are many freeware programs which can compete with each other. Inspite of having Open Office or Libre office suite I generally like to use Kingsoft Spreadsheets Free which is a part of Kingsoft Free Office Suite presently known as WPS Office Free 2014.
Among Light and Portable Programs I can suggest Gnumeric Portable though I also carry Portable Version of LibreOffice with me.
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Actually, Giveawayoftheday version of this software is not portable as there was some issues with packed portable version and VirusTotal (4-5 warnings). Portable version is packed to single executable (i.e. no dll's or other application folders in program directory) with sandbox folder to store registry changes. Since it is still shareware product the only thing that stored on user machine is license data. You still can use this application on any other machine - 30 days trial is more than enough to finish whatever you need.
In the upcoming update more options will be introduced including 2 more languages support (German and Spanish), extended file information in main menu and more flexible content management system.
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