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The Bootstrap Spreadsheet is an Excel-inspired control that allows you to introduce spreadsheet functionality to an ASP.NET application. It provides a rich UI and comprehensive API to create, manage and convert spreadsheet files. Your application does not require Microsoft Excel to be installed on user or developer machines.

Expanded Main Features

The Bootstrap Spreadsheet control provides the following features.

  • A fully adaptive visual interface rendered using Bootstrap-powered markup
  • The ability to insert pictures into worksheets
  • The ability to insert and calculate formulas in a manner similar to Microsoft Excel
  • The ability to insert professional-looking charts that make it easier to understand large quantities of data by visualizing the relationship between different data series
  • The of use of Excel inspired comments - additional informational texts for individual cells

Expanded Online Demos

Refer to the Spreadsheet technical demos to see the control's specific features in action.

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