Templates Studio - Templates for MS Excel
Developer: Graphic Node
Current Version: 3.7
Last Updated: 18 days ago
Download Size: 150.2 MB - Download
*Requires Microsoft Office 2008 or later, which has to be purchased separately.
The high-quality Templates Studio - Templates for MS Excel collection offers 340 diverse and practical templates for MS Excel. Use them for your business or personal needs to make your daily tasks a lot more manageable. Personalize the templates to your requirements: create tables, make calculations, draw diagrams, and insert images, attending to your job efficiently and without trouble. Available in the US and international page sizes.
Wide range of possible refinements allows you either to stick to the ready-made samples or to engage your creativity and match the templates to your expectations. Variety, inventiveness, and high usability of the 340 templates provides you with a possibility to use them for different occasions, from analyzing advertising options to planning a wedding.
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Most Helpful Reviews
Great templates - I am not good at formulas and these templates saved me from a few akward situations. Templates variation is getting better and better. Keep them coming!
REFUND - I thought this would allow me to use Microsoft Excel- but its TEMPLATES ONLY! I cant even open them! What a waste!
More Reviews for Current Version
Works with Excel 2008 and Numbers.. - After all the review’s describing how templates were not modifiable - I waited until this was on sale. Maybe it was this version, but I can open all the templates either in Excel 2008 or in Numbers. I can also modify them, and save them in “My Templates” folder within Excel… The collection however is more of a graphical set of templates, than what I would call a functional set of templates for spreadsheets. There is no amortization template or spreadsheet, which I would think would be pretty simple to do in terms of a calculation. All the spreadsheets in the collection only provide basic summing operations or counting operations. I would say that the templates are graphical overlays for the most part, or simply formatted cells - no really “programming”. Even the calendars are formatted (hard formatted) for a specific year… You would think that someone would have written a macro that calculated what day the 1st of a month would occur on and display it… If it is here in this collection - I can’t find it. So for graphical presentation I would give it four stars, for functionality - one star - you can use the cells to enter your data in… but only expect very very limitied built in functionality… The biggest bonus is that apparently you can open these in Excel or in Numbers.. (or at least on my machine I could)… For those (and there are a lot of people who do), use Excel or Numbers as their “database” for storing tables… it give you “pretty” tables to store your data in, as opposed to bland tables you would normally get when opening Excel worksheets by themselves..