With SpreadsheetConverter, you can publish nearly all Excel spreadsheets on the web, retaining the live user experience and the immediate recalculation when cell contents are changed. Browse through our examples and see for yourself how versatile SpreadsheetConverter is.

SpreadsheetConverter is an add-in for Microsoft Excel in Windows and appears as an extra menu in Excel. It converts spreadsheets to modern web pages that can do anything you’d expect from a professional web designer.

Welcome to spend some time in our library of examples of what SpreadsheetConverter can do for you. For each example below, there are links to all the desktop flavors of each example.

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Body Mass Index calculator

Calculating your BMI is a popular and easy way to tell if your weight is putting your health at risk. Our example spreadsheet calculates your BMI after you’ve entered your weight and height.

The higher the BMI, the greater the risk of developing health problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) regard a BMI of less than 18.5 as underweight and a BMI of 25 or more as overweight.

Learn more about the BMI Body Mass Index calculator.

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Calorie usage calculator with a live chart

Had enough of hearing about diets and weight loss? Well, from a physical point of view, there’s really nothing new under the sun. Want to lose a few pounds? Eat less or move around more, that’s all there’s to it.

The difference between your intake of energy (e.g. measured in calories) and the energy you consume on various activities is the only thing that affects your weight.

Here’s a chance to match your calorie intake to your consumption of calories. First, describe how much you spend of a normal day on various levels of physical activity, then enter your approximate daily calorie intake. Depending on the balance between calorie intake and consumption, the spreadsheet calculates your weight change prognosis for the coming 52 weeks.

A nice thing with this example is that it lets us show you the beauty of live charts. Change the figures and the chart changes automatically.

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Distance and Temperature calculator

When water freezes, Europeans say it’s around zero. Zero degrees Celsius, that is, or “centigrade”. But in the U.S., it’s more common to say 32 degrees Fahrenheit. On a hot day, the San Diego radio talks about it being “in the nineties”. Let’s all be grateful they’re not talking centigrade.

We created a spreadsheet that helps you convert between Celsius and Fahrenheit. We also added conversion between miles and kilometers, another required skill when you cross the Atlantic.

Finally, we help you calculate how far you get if you travel at a certain speed for a certain period.

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Area and Volume calculator

How much water goes in a bucket? How many decks of playing cards fit in a box? How much ice-cream goes in a cone? If you were to paint the Pyramid of Cheops, what is the total area you would have to cover with paint?

We created a spreadsheet for all kinds of area and volume calculations. It certainly helps when you have children around.

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Power Consumption and Cooling calculator

So you just got your latest electricity bill, and you wonder what all that power was used for? Could it be the new 75″ TV? The old freezer?

We created a spreadsheet to help you calculate how much power an appliance or other electric device consumes when you use it for a given period. If you know how much your electricity costs, we can also tell you the cost of using the device.

And speaking of energy, much of that electricity actually turned into heat, one way or the other. Our calculator shows you how much.

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Shortest distance calculator

How far is from Mobile, Alabama from Newark, New Jersey? We built an example of a massive table lookup, with some complex calculations. The table contains the geographical coordinates of more than 700 US cities. The formulas use the table data to calculate the distance between two locations. The answer is 1,048 miles, but we’re sure that just makes you eager to know more.

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Sales tax calculator

When you buy a product, some of the money usually goes to sales tax. We built this spreadsheet to let you enter the amount before tax, and the sales tax rate. The tax and total are calculated automatically.

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Home Equity calculator with live interactive chart

This is one of our favorite examples because it shows the advantage of live charts. Change any cell in the spreadsheet and the chart immediately reflects the new values.

In this example, you can also see a useful implementation of a slider. To change the years remaining on a loan, we could just have used a standard numeric field. Using a slider allows for much easier visualization of how the equity varies over the lifetime of the loan.


Equated Monthly Installment calculator

An Equal Monthly Installment is a fixed amount returned from the borrower to the lender each month. This means that both the amount returned from the principal loan and the interest is fixed so that over a specified time the whole loan is paid back in full.

We created an EMI spreadsheet that shows borrowers the monthly payment and the time period allowed paying off the loan, so they can take the right financial move by planning a proper budget. The spreadsheet also shows the total cost of the loan.

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Bond Price calculator

A bond is a long-term promissory note issued by a business or a business firm. The value of the bond price is the sum of present value of annuities (or coupon) over the life of the bond and present value of the face value of the bond. The bond value or price of the bond is calculated on the basis of face value, coupon rate, market rate and maturity period of the bond.

As an example, a company issues seven-year bond with coupon rate of 14% payable semiannually. The face value of the bond is $1,000.00. The market rate of interest is 14%. To calculate the price of the bond, we created this spreadsheet.

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Beta Risk calculator

We created a spreadsheet that tries to find out the effect of leverage on the systematic risk of a company’s stock returns. It is trying to explore the effect of employing various levels of Debt in the Capital Structure of the firm, on the risk of the company’s returns.

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Website visitor survey "BuyStuff.com"

Excel is such a versatile tool! Here we used it to create a survey for visitors to a fictitious website called “BuyStuff.com”. With the help of SpreadsheetConverter, the survey can be converted for many common web formats.

When each survey response is submitted, it ends up in your e-mail Inbox. This service is included with your license. If you expect lots of survey responses, you can sign up for the fee-based Advanced Submit Server and store survey responses in a database until you download them all in one go.

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Contact information wizard

This started as a plain contact form for a website, and turned into a nice little “contact information wizard”. Instead of showing a very complex form with lots of empty fields, we split the form into two separate steps. After the first page, the visitor presses Next to advance to the next step in the wizard.

Splitting the contact form into steps makes it easier to request different information for different types of visitors or inquiries. It also makes the form less complex, while still allowing the visitor to return to an earlier step and modify previous input.

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A calculating web form for catering orders

This one started as a spreadsheet we created to calculate catering costs. After a while, we found that people were using old versions with old prices. With SpreadsheetConverter, we could convert our spreadsheet to a web page calculator that people could use directly on our internal web.

When prices change, all we have to do is update and convert the spreadsheet, upload it on the web, and the new prices are immediately there for everybody.

Before we started using SpreadsheetConverter, we were always chasing people, asking them to provide additional information that we just must have to process a catering order, e.g. their cost center numbers. Then we found out how to add a Send button to our little calculator. Now, after people have specified their requirements and checked the prices, they can send us their order directly from our web page with just a click of a button.

SpreadsheetConverter allows us to make certain fields in the catering order form mandatory. So now, no-one can send us a catering order without specifying their cost center. You bet it saves us time!

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One die probabilities

A standard die has six sides with the values one to six. For a single roll of a fair die, the probability of rolling each value is exactly 1/6. A die doesn’t have a memory, so even if you haven’t rolled a six in hundreds of attempts, it still has the same probability as any other value.

Visualizing probability on the web is easy using SpreadsheetConverter and it’s powerful support for live charts. In this example we use a bar chart to visualize the outcome of a single die being rolled twenty times.

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Two dice probabilities

When you roll two dice simultaneously, the total of both rolls is not evenly distributed. The likelyhood of getting a sum of 7 is 1/6, more than any other value. The likelyhood of getting a sum of 2 or 12 is only 1/36.

To test if this could qualify as one of our profitable bar tricks, we created a two dice simulator, that lets you roll two dice twenty times and study the outcome in a column chart.

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