This is the download page for all flavors of SpreadsheetConverter. Use this download to upgrade your existing installation or to try it for the first time.  SpreadsheetConverter is an add-on to Excel for Windows. After you’ve installed the program it appears in Excel’s menu. Just press the Convert button on the menu and your spreadsheet is converted to a modern, cross-platform web page with HTML and JavaScript. You can also build a mobile app or a server application for Node.js servers.

Version 10

Version 10 releasesVersionRequiresLink
SpreadsheetConverter HTML, iPhone/Android, Node.js
~21.2 MB download
10.6.8300Microsoft Windows with Excel 365 or Excel 2007-2019 installed
SpreadsheetConverter HTML, iPhone/Android, Node.js
~21.2 MB download
10.5.8092Microsoft Windows with Excel 365 or Excel 2007-2019 installed

WordPress plugin to import spreadsheets

We offer a free WordPress plugin that allows you to import live, calculating spreadsheets from Microsoft Excel to your blog or website in WordPress. To use the plugin, you need the following:

  • A paid or free-trial license for SpreadsheetConverter. The plugin does not import unconverted spreadsheets. An example file is delivered with the plugin.
  • Your paid SpreadsheetConverter license must be for the Professional Edition.
  • You must use the same major version of the plugin as your SpreadsheetConverter license is for. Version 10 of the plugin works with version 10 of SpreadsheetConverter.
  • A WordPress server that allows you to install plugins and use iframes. If you use or other hosted environments that limit this, it’s usually just as easy to use Publish to Cloud instead.
  • Your WordPress server must be running version 4.5 or later of WordPress. For security reasons, WordPress should always be updated to the latest stable version.
  • The plugin supports PHP 5, PHP 7, and PHP 8.
  • The ZipArchive extension for PHP must be installed and enabled on your WordPress server.
  • You will need the help of a WordPress Administrator or be one yourself to install and maintain the plugin. Unfortunately, we are unable to support you with basic WordPress issues.

Download the plugin directly from the WordPress plugin directory. For a list of the most recent changes, read the changelog. There is more information in the Help pages for the plugin.

Version 9

Version 9 releasesVersionRequiresLink
SpreadsheetConverter HTML, iPhone/Android, Node.js, ASP.NET ~19 MB download9.4.7364 Microsoft Windows with Excel 2007-Excel 2016
Version 9 WordPress plugin releasesVersionForLink
WordPress Plugin to Import Spreadsheets from Microsoft Excel9.0.3SpreadsheetConverter version 9

Version 1-8

To download earlier versions, please visit the release archive.


When the download starts

After you’ve clicked on one of the download links, your browser will usually ask you what you want to do with the file. We suggest you select the option that is called “Open”, “Run” or similar. This will save the program file in a temporary location, then start the installation automatically. If the browser only provides a Save option, or if you want to keep the installation file after the program has been installed, select Save and point the browser to a suitable folder on your hard disk. You will need the program file later, so make a note of where you saved it! Having download problems?

After the download

When the download is complete, installation will start automatically if you select Open or Run in the previous step. If you saved the file on your hard disk, start the Windows Explorer and navigate to the folder where you saved the file, then double-click on the program file to start the installation. The installation will prompt you to stop Excel if it is running. Having installation problems?

After the installation

SpreadsheetConverter is an add-on to Microsoft Excel, so you don’t start it from the Windows Start menu. Start Excel instead, and check out the new SpreadsheetConverter menu in Excel.

The Weekly Time Card example

  1. In Excel, open the “Weekly Time Card” example spreadsheet. If you open Excel from the installation wizard, this file opens automatically. Otherwise, use the Try Examples section of the SpreadsheetConverter ribbon in Excel to open the “Weekly Time Card” example.
  2. Click on the Start tab in the example spreadsheet. This starts a small wizard that will show you how to edit a spreadsheet and convert it to a web page. Follow the simple, step-by-step instructions in the example spreadsheet until you have successfully created a web version of it. If you run into any problems in this process, please contact our helpdesk.
  3. Congratulations! You have now created a live web calculator! Play with it a while in the browser window to get a feel for how it works and what it does.
  4. In Excel, select the SpreadsheetConverter ribbon and click on the link in the ribbon to request a 30-day free trial license key.
  5. When you get the license key from us, select the SpreadsheetConverter ribbon in Excel and activate the license key.

Having startup problems? For detailed information about the changes in each update, read the release notes.

Upgrading from version 1-8

Due to a major internal redesign in version 9, you may need to perform a few manual changes to your spreadsheets if you upgrade from versions 1-8 to later versions. Read more under Conversion Notes on the version 9 News page.


When you install SpreadsheetConverter, you enter into a legally binding agreement with us. In short, it’s a standard PC software license agreement that allows you to install the program on one computer at a time for as long as you want. You may use it for evaluation purposes for 30 days. You must have a paid license to publish any web pages containing components created by SpreadsheetConverter on your own website. You need a Professional edition license to publish converted web pages on someone else’s server. The program itself is covered by international copyright laws. If something goes wrong when you use the program, we cannot be held responsible for the consequences. We have no control over the environment in which you host the web pages generated by the program, and so we cannot assume any responsibility for this in relation to you or any third party. Read the SpreadsheetConverter end-user license agreement.


The program comes with a free, 30-day evaluation period. Simply download the appropriate edition, install it, restart Excel and try the new SpreadsheetConverter menu. Learn more about the free 30-day trial.


  • SpreadsheetConverter requires Windows 7 or any later version of Windows, in 32- or 64-bit mode. Our examples convert without issues also in Windows on ARM devices. If you get unexpected results when using SpreadsheetConverter with Windows on ARM, please contact support.
  • Excel must be installed on your PC. You need Excel 365 or Excel 2007-2019, in 32- or 64-bit mode. Live Preview is not supported with Excel Home.
  • Version 10 requires the .NET 4.0 Client Profile, a standard Microsoft product which usually is installed automatically by Windows Update.
  • For the first installation, you must be logged on as a Windows administrator. Subsequent installations and upgrades can be performed also when logged on as an ordinary Windows user.

Some older versions can be downloaded from the release archive.

  • Version 9 supports Windows Vista.
  • Version 8 supports Windows XP.
  • Version 7 supports Excel 2003.
  • Version 5 supports Excel 2000.
  • Version 3 supports Windows 2000.
  • Version 2 supports Excel 97, Windows 98 and Windows ME.

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We’re here to help!

If you encounter any problems during the download, installation or use of SpreadsheetConverter, don’t hesitate to contact our Help Desk and they will do their best to get you started. An easy way to know when we release updates is either to check for updates inside the program or to follow us on Twitter.

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Click on Download to install and test this Excel add-in for Windows.

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