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DypsXSL a free Excel generator
DypsXSL let you create native Microsoft Excel on the fly and does not require that Microsoft Office be installed on the server, so it can deliver documents faster without the performance penalties and instability associated with instantiating multiple copies of the Excel objects on a Web server. DypsXSL's simple and intuitive object model makes it very easy to use. Full support will be provided on the website forum.
(3 ratings)
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SoftArtisans ExcelWriter
SoftArtisans ExcelWriter creates, modifies, and generates native Excel on the Web from existing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, script, templates, or any data source. With ExcelWriter, Microsoft Excel is not required on the server, so Web applications have licensing flexibility, ease of deployment, and increased performance. ExcelWriter supports the use of existing Excel spreadsheets as templates, Excel formatting, functions, charts, Microsoft Visual Basic® for Applications (VBA), macros, pivot tables, multiple sheets, image insertion, named ranges, page layouts, and more. One click generates downloads and presentation-quality Excel reports that can be fully edited. The workbooks generated by ExcelWriter are in native Microsoft binary format. ExcelWriter can be used from any environment that supports COM, such as ASP pages (ASP), Visual Basic, and ASP.NET.
(6 ratings)
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FWA docs
Application for commercial and financial documents entry and consulting in unplugged mode. Documents search. Tree presentation of the commercial documents. Local generation of the reports corresponding to the created electronic documents.
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Excel and Word MIME Types (UltraDev Extensions)
Quickly insert MIME Type for Excel or Word on your ASP page. These are nothing fancy, just simple shortcuts to change the MIME Type or Response.ContentType in your ASP page. Doing so will load the page in a Web browser as an Excel or Word document. The user can then save the document as Excel or Word directly from their Web browser.
(15 ratings)
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