Currently formulas cannot be overwritten.
Workaround: Have 2 fields + checkbox. If the checkbox is set use the calculated value, if it is unset, you the override value.
Input cells are created by using one or more cells in the sheet. You cannot use the drawing toolbar.
You have to set the background color of all input cells to yellow and then select input cells using color.
You can also let SpreadsheetConverter make all unlocked cells input cells.
The logic is that if you use the value for a mathematical operation, it will be a number. If you do not refer to it or refer to is as a text (e.g. =if(a1=””,”Enter a value”,””), it will a text-field.
If you use ‘Automatic detection’, only cells referred to will be input fields.
If Automatic detection doesn’t work, you have to use coloring. Set the background colors of all cells you want the user to edit to an arbitrary unique color. Then, select coloring and select the color. (If you do not want your input cells to have this color in the finished spreadsheet, there is an option for that.)
During generate, select to include a reset button. When pressed, all values will be reset.
If you want to force a cells to only allow numeric input, you have to make sure it is only used by numerical functions.
You need to help SpreadsheetConverter identify all the cells you want the user to edit in your spreadsheet.
The automatic detection only works if there are formulas.
Either add formulas, or if you want a form only, color all the input cells orange, and select orange in the wizard.
In Excel you can have a formula and then let the user overwrite it, but that is not supported by SpreadsheetConverter, since formulas can never be changed.
Workaround: You can implement calculated default values using 4 cells like this
B2: <formula for calculting default>
If the checkbox is unset, the users defined value will be used, otherwise the calculated.