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spreadsheet

[spred′shēt]
a computer program that simulates a business or scientific worksheet and performs the necessary calculations when data are entered or changed.
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With this latest Palantir software release, additional economic functionality as well as fiscal modelling and data management of existing spread sheets is now available to all.
Compressor head was dynamically calculated from equation 9 in an appropriate spread sheet.
The testing of products is a core part of any quality control program and must be justified within the framework of a company's total spread sheet and revenue accounts.
Please download the excel spread sheet for further statistics.
According to Caversham Telecom, within seconds of an employee entering a shift, the details are available to their employer, downloaded into a spread sheet for analysis.
This will have particular importance for project scheduling and management software, spread sheet programs and cost estimating software.
Today the two sides will hold an inquiry into a juror's request to use a computer spread sheet program to aid in deliberations.
o Responsive design for calendar and announcement website Included in attached spread sheet is a functionality form, which includes a complete list of preferred requirements, to be completed by the vendor etc.
You could replace your Windows operating system with Linux -which requires more technical know-how and your word processing and spread sheet software with Open Office.
Everything from comprehensive property management programs to valuation packages to spread sheet programs address the needs of small, mid-sized and large real estate firms in varying degrees.
I realised, '' he recalls, ``that people who get into trouble with property don't have a spread sheet to see where money actually goes.
Repairs businesses, especially those dealing with critical parts, would do well to migrate from home grown spread sheet solutions to enterprise software like those offered by Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL).