|Sun Jul 23, 2000 - 10:20 PM EDT - By Douglas Morse|
The installation program asks if you want to work with Excel 5.0, 95, 97 or Excel 2000. This review is based upon Quicksheet 5.0.2 and Excel 2000. Upon installation, Quicksheet installs a menu into Excel, allowing you to save worksheets to sync with Quicksheet. Included is a Quicksheet desktop application that allows you to manage your files.
The first thing I did was test exporting a spreadsheet to my Visor. Following the directions from the clearly written manual (Adobe PDF file or Word 97), I opened up a spreadsheet I used to calculate students grades last semester. I saved it as a Quicksheet document and after I performed a hotsync, the file was on my handheld! And I could edit it. I synched again and the changes appeared in my Excel worksheet. Quite amazing.
Now the power of this program is far beyond what a user like myself needs. Quicksheet seems to support a myriad of spreadsheet functions and has MultiMail Pro support so you can e-mail spreadsheets between handhelds. I suppose the really intrepid might want to beam data back and forth, and this very complete program would allow them to do just that.
for people like me, beaming data might not be the best use of this program.
What Iíd like to do is walk through a real world use of Quicksheet, utilizing
it in such a way as to make my life easier -- and at this time, I just
happen to have the perfect opportunity to do so. .Iíve been working
on a feature film entitled The
Adulterer, and we're almost finished. Yet, finishing costs
are daunting. Iíve been dealing with various labs around town, getting
price quotes on the blow up from super-16 to 35mm. There are a lot of cost
variables, and the numbers Iíve gotten have been confusing.
Real-world test >>
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