Version 10.2 offers an enhanced Calendar widget with automatic translation and a calculated default date. You can now use a separate Print Sheet to improve the appearance of the web page when it is printed.
One of the most requested features is the ability to calculate a default date for a calendar, using formulas like =TODAY()+30. The new Calendar widget also automatically uses the calendar settings and language applicable for the region that is selected during the conversion.
Version 10.2 offers an enhanced Calendar widget with automatic translation to the developer’s language. It also uses other calendar-related regional settings like “the first day of the week”. Example: when converted with Swedish regional settings, a calendar may appear as in the image below.
The new Calendar widget also allows a date field to be selected as one of the Required fields, and to use formulas to calculate a more exact default date.
You can use a separate Print Sheet to improve the appearance of the web page when it is printed. When a user prints an advanced web form, a hidden Print Sheet enables you to assemble all the required information on just one page, and format this page for printing.
We have added a Known issue: SpreadsheetConverter does not support Excel’s new Threaded Comments.
This update is free to all version 10 users – just download and install the latest version of the program. If you are using version 9 or earlier, you must first upgrade to the latest version.
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