If you don’t want to install our software, we can do the job for you. Just send us your spreadsheet and we’ll convert it to a calculating web page.

SpreadsheetConverter is an add-in to Excel in Windows. Maybe you don’t want to install add-ins, or are prohibited by corporate policies. Perhaps you don’t have Excel, or Windows. That’s why we offer a once-off conversion service for $300. We’ll help you create your smart web form, online calculator or web app from an ordinary spreadsheet.

Screenshot of an engineer converting a monthly business budget to a web page

Here’s the deal:

  1. You create a spreadsheet with the layout and content you require. We offer lots of examples that you can begin with. You can create the spreadsheet using any program that can export the result as an Excel .xlsx file, like Google Sheets, Numbers for Mac, or Excel itself.
  2. You purchase the $300 one-time conversion on the order page.
  3. We send you instructions on how to deliver your source spreadsheet to us.
  4. We convert the spreadsheet to web format and send you a link to the converted web page.
  5. If you’re not happy with the result, you fix the spreadsheet and we convert it again. We know it can take some time to get it right, so we offer to repeat this process for a total of five conversions of the spreadsheet – the price includes one initial conversion and up to four repeat conversions.
  6. If you are publishing an electronic form on the web, all online form responses will be automatically forwarded to a designated e-mail address. If you are a new customer, we will also give you a 3-month complimentary subscription to the Advanced Submit Service which collects form responses in a database.

Photo of a man developing a membership application form in Excel and testing it on his Sony Xperia smartphone

Some recommendations:

  • In your spreadsheet, go for a one- or two-column layout with captions above the input fields, since this will ensure that the form or calculator works fine also on phones. Our Membership Application tutorial can be a good start.
  • If your spreadsheet has more than one worksheet, only the first worksheet will be visible on the web page, and the others assumed to be background data for reference and lookup. If you wish for more than one worksheet to be visible on the web page, please let us know already from the start.
  • SpreadsheetConverter does not support web fonts. The converted web page will use standard web typefaces.
  • If your calculator or web app uses charts, use only basic chart formats.

For web forms:

  • If your spreadsheet is to become an electronic form on the web, don’t forget to provide the e-mail address where you want the form responses to be sent.
  • If you design a web form with input fields, we recommend that you assign a separate fill color, e.g. yellow, to all the input cells where you expect a user of the form to provide responses. This makes it much easier for us to know what fields you wish to save with the form. The fill color will be removed automatically.