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What's New in Version 3.0?
What's New in Version 2.x?
Improvements in Usability:
I am a registered icExcel 1.x or 2.x customer. Do I receive a free upgrade to icXL 3.0?
The upgrade to version 3.x is a paying upgrade for users who have purchased icExcel 2.x or 1.x before January 2008.
What is not supported by icXL?
Charts, Comments, Callouts, Strikethrough lines, Macros.
What are the limitations?
There are no limitations, but you may want to give icXL a large memory partition when opening large documents on Mac OS 9.
Do I need to ask people who send me Excel files to save the spreadsheet in a specific format?
No. icXL supports the Excel document formats ".xls" and ".xlsx", that are the native formats of Microsoft Excel.
Is icXL multilingual?
icXL works with all the Western European, Eastern European and Far-Eastern languages supported by the Mac OS.
icXL doesn't open my Microsoft Excel file. What should I do?
This shouldn't happen normally, but if it does, try allocating more memory to icExcel on Mac OS 9 . If this still doesn't help, send the original Excel file to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will check the problem and send you an answer.
What gets converted to AppleWorks?
The AppleWorks spreadsheet, which is created, will include text, styles and pictures in the proper size. Formulas are not converted.
Does icXL handle Comma or Tab delimited files?
Yes, icXL opens files, which generally appear with the extensions .csv or .tsv.