Release Notes

FormulaView

Changes for version 1.0.0.747

    • The expiration date has been removed.
    • A problem that made it difficult to select certain elements in the Tree View has been fixed.
    • Two bugs that could affect the Math View have been fixed.

Changes for version 1.0.0.704

    • The expiration date was changed to Jan 1, 2014.

Changes for version 1.0.0.683

    • FormulaView installation software now forces the loading of certain Microsoft support software necessary for proper operation. Prior to this change, there was a possibility that FormulaView would install but not start with Excel.

Changes for version 1.0.0.661

    • The expiration date was changed to July 1, 2014.
    • If you view a formula in a locked cell on a protected sheet, FormulaView will not show values in the Tree View pane. This is because FormulaView uses Excel’s own computational ability to ascertain the value of each component expression in a formula. FormulaView can’t do this if the formula is in a locked cell on a protected sheet. FormulaView indicates that the retrieved formula is in a locked cell with the phrase “FormulaView: locked cell” in the title bar of its window.

Changes for version 1.0.0.633

    • The expiration date was changed to Jan 1, 2014.
    • The copyright date in the About window has been corrected.
    • A notice of our recently awarded patent has been added to the About window.

FormulaForge

Changes for version 0.1.2.747

    • A problem that made it difficult to select certain elements in the Tree View has been fixed.
    • Two bugs that could affect the Math View have been fixed.

Changes for version 0.1.2.683

    • FormulaForge installation software now forces the loading of certain Microsoft support software necessary for proper operation. Prior to this change, there was a possibility that FormulaForge would install but not start with Excel.

Changes for version 0.1.2.670

    • If you view a formula in a locked cell on a protected sheet, FormulaForge will not show values in the Tree View pane. This is because FormulaForge uses Excel’s own computational ability to ascertain the value of each component expression in a formula. FormulaForge can’t do this if the formula is in a locked cell on a protected sheet. FormulaForge indicates that the retrieved formula is in a locked cell with a phrase beginning with “Scrapbook for the locked cell” in the upper left pane of the FormulaForge window.

Changes for version 0.1.2.634

    • A notice of our recently awarded patent has been added to the About window.
    • An entry on the Help menu now provides access to on-line help.