spreadsheet freeware


CleanSheets – added 11/29/2007

CleanSheets is the first spreadsheet application that is both extensible and platform-independent. It features a formula language that closely resembles that of Microsoft Excel, and extensions for aiding end-user programmers develop correct spreadsheets.


Move Data – added 11/16/2007

Move Data provides a method of migrating data between various database systems, spreadsheets and text files. It provides a way to edit data within databases where there is no editor available and also producing text output. Reads and writes CSV, TAB, dBase, Paradox, Access, Oracle and InfoCentral. Copy/paste rows straight into your spreadsheet and writes HTML.


Simple Spreadsheet – added 10/15/2007

The Simple Spreadsheet is a bare-bones spreadsheet available for free, including sources. It doesn’t do even 10% of what the full-featured products do, but if you want only the basics, here is a free spreadsheet for you.


Sharp Tools Spreadsheet – added 1/20/2006

Sharp Tools Spreadsheet has all the basic functionality as a spreadsheet and can Open and Save files using a tab-delimited format (*.sts) that is compatible with other existing spreadsheet applications, do variable-length parameter input to formulas (using string literals, relative addressing, absolute addressing, and range specification), perform symbolic formula operations, including: addition, subtraction, floating-point division, multiplication, modulo, and exponent, and has dynamic formula value updating and user-defined password options.


List² – added 6/20/2005


Spreadsheet software for creating lists and tables. Functions include easy row insertion and deletion, direct cell entry, customizable column headers, find and replace, clipboard cut/copy/paste, export to HTML, and printing.


Abykus – added 9/23/2004

Abykus is an object-oriented spreadsheet software for Windows that adds a exciting new dimension to the classic ‘what-if’ analysis. While electronic spreadsheets have undergone many important changes over the years, they remain pretty much what they’ve always been – giant ledger sheets capable of storing a single value or formula in each cell. Abykus extends this concept by allowing objects (i.e. matrixes, tables, coordinates, polygons, profiles, cross-sections, etc.) to be stored in individual cells, which makes the spreadsheet especially well suited for scientific applications that require complex data types, such as those often encountered by land surveyors and civil engineers. Using a powerful set of integrated functions, objects can either stand alone or be used as building blocks to create other objects.


Excel Password Remover – added 6/16/2005

Have you ever forgotten your Excel workbook or sheet password? Excel Password Remover removes/cracks sheet and workbook password protection in Excel. This program can’t remove file protection, i.e. if you are unable to open the file, this program won’t help you.


Visicalc Spreadsheet Program – added 06/09/2004

The original VisiCalc spreadsheet software that ran on the IBM PC in 1981 still runs on today’s PCs. I have included it here, with the kind permission of Lotus who now owns the copyright, for people to try themselves. You can download it to your PC and run it under Windows or DOS. It is only 27,520 bytes long (smaller than many GIFs and JPGs on the web).


Spread32 – added 10/30/2007

Total spreadsheet software which features; 256 columns x 65536 rows x 32768 sheets, unlimited open files, supported operations: + – * / ^ % &, 317 worksheet functions, 49 macro functions for custom functions and commands, array formulas, plus undo, cut, copy, paste. And much more! This version, 1.18, is the last version before it went shareware.


Grids – added 11/19/2004

A simple program that makes flowcharts. Out of development now, but the last edition is here.