icExcel for Mac OS X 2.0.2J - Japanese Version

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icExcel for Mac OS X 2.0.2J - Japanese Version

Post by Info-Mac » February 11th, 2004, 11:00 am

Download: http://archive.info-mac.org/disk/icexcel-202-jp-osx.hqx

This is the Japanese version of the icExcel package for Mac OS X. A version for
Mac OS Classic is also available.

icExcel is the perfect Mac utility for viewing Microsoft Excel files.

Admit it. There are times when you need to be Microsoft Excel
compatible. If you do not have Excel installed or even if you have
installed an old version, it gets frustrating trying to open those
".xls" files. Now you can open any Excel file with icExcel!

Without buying and installing Microsoft Excel, icExcel enables any Mac
user to:

* Gain access to Microsoft Excel files (PC or Mac created)
* View downloaded Excel files from the Internet
* Open email attachments from PC users
* View on screen and print Excel spreadsheets with their original
formatting preserved

icExcel works under Mac OS 7.1 through Mac OS X and is an easy solution
to your "incompatibility" problems.

What's New in Version 2.0?

* icExcel 2.0 shows spreadsheet files saved in Microsoft Excel XML format (MS XML-SS)
* icExcel 2.0 saves spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel XML format
* CSV importer now recognizes quoted text
* Shows Excel text boxes, Word Art and various other elements
* Support of files created by the Central European version of Microsoft Excel
* All bugs reported by our users (spreadsheet not opening) have been fixed
* Better printing on some inkjet printers in Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x
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