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ID: 27093, TMS FlexCel Studio for .NET

by Adrian Gallero Email: Anonymous

100% managed code Excel file manipulation engine & Excel & PDF report generation for .NET & .NET Compact Framework.
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Updated on Sun, 02 Aug 2009 04:56:47 GMT
Originally uploaded on Sun, 02 Aug 2009 03:45:57 GMT
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# Generates Excel files from WinForms, WebForms ASP.NET, PocketPC applications, webservices on the fly and fast with FlexCel Studio for .NET
# Native .NET components (no additional OLE/dlls required) allowing to read, create and modify native Excel (XLS) files without needing to have Excel installed.
# Supported Excel 97-2003 file formats.
# Native PDF file export
# Exceptionally fast and solid hand tuned XLS engine capable of generating thousands files per minute.
# Able to modify xls files and keep almost everything existing on the original file, from macros to activex objects.
# Recalculation of more than 200 Excel functions.
# Ability to read and write encrypted xls files.
# Completely written in C# 100% managed code, with no interop and no p/invokes.
# Runs on .NET 1.1, .NET 2.0, Mono and the .NET Compact Framework.
# Templates can be stored inside your executable file, in a database or in any place from where you can access it as a stream.
# Extensive API is available with which you can programmatically write and read files, with formatting info, images comments, etc.
# Export to HTML in HTML 4.01 strict or XTHML 1.1 and fully standards compliant
# Report Engine that allows to create complex reports using Excel as your report designer, so your final users can modify them. You can use images/comments/conditional formats/merged cells/pivot tables/charts and almost anything you can think of on those reports.

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