The Formula Manager is designed to make the managing of all formulas a breeze. It can be used to map your spreadsheet by formula type. You can format the background color of all formulas that match the criteria you set. It a can also format the font of all formulas that match any criteria you set. Once applied, you can tell at a glance which cells contain formulas and which do not.
When you have a spreadsheet that contains formulas, you want to be sure that no user can delete, over-write or modify them. The Formula Manager can do this for you in seconds! Just specify which formula types to Lock, Hide or Lock and Hide. You can even protect the sheet in the same step! You can also easily Lock or Unlock all cells in one click.
The formula types you can specify for Formatting (font and/or background), Hiding and Locking are:
Referencing other Workbooks
Referencing other sheets in Workbook
Referencing active sheet
The Formula Report Generator Allows you to very easily create a report showing formulas within your Workbook that are either external references, internal references or both. You can also nominate which Worksheet(s) to use to base your report on. The report that is generated contains, the formula as in the cell, the address of the cell and the sheet is resides on. Auto filter is also automatically applied for ease of reading.
Also included is a Formula Copy. This allows you to easily copy any formula range and paste it to a destination without any references changing. The option is the Transposing of formulas (row to columns and columns to rows) again, without any references changing.
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The Text Manager will make working with text in your spreadsheet very easy. It is particularly useful for text which has been imported into Excel. You specify the range to affect, this can be specified cells or the entire sheet.
The Change Case lets you instantly change the case of your text. You can nominate to change your text to all UPPER CASE, all lower case, or Proper Case.
The Remove Character or Text can save you many hours of manually removing specific characters, or text, from specified text. You can even copy the characters to remove directly from the Windows Character Map. If the character or text you wish to remove is not available, simply check the Specify Character or Text option.
One very common problem with text (particularly imported text) is the unavoidable importing of spaces. Not only does this make your text unsightly and hard to read, but it can also prevent:
- Numbers not being seen as true numbers.
- Dates not being seen as true dates.
- Hard or impossible to break up text.
- Hard or impossible to reference text.
- Hard or impossible to use text in formulas.
You can remove all Leading spaces, Trailing spaces, Trailing and Leading spaces, or All spaces, except for single spaces between words.
Have some text you wish to concatenate (link together)? The Text Manager can do this is quickly and easily. Simply specify the cells to concatenate, then specify the cell to concatenate the text into and click OK. Your text will instantly be joined. You can also tell the Formula Manager to add a space between each cell that is joined.