The Contextures Excel Tools add-in helps you by automating many of the features that aren't built in to Excel, and by making some of the buried Excel features easier to access.
The Contextures Excel Tools add-in saves you time and effort, when working with Excel worksheets. For example, you can quickly:
This add-in creates a Ribbon tab, and is for Excel 2013 / 2010 / 2007. It will not work in Excel 2003, and earlier versions. (Excel for Windows only -- Does Not Work in Excel for Macintosh)
Here is a screen shot of a few commands from the Ribbon.
To see a few key features of the Excel Tools add-in, please watch this short video demonstration.
In addition to the features described above, there are many more timesaving commands in the Excel Tools add-in. You can see the ribbon commands in the screen shot below. You can see the full list of features here, in a pdf file.
The Excel Tools kit includes a short user guide which explains how the add-in works, and how to install it. The Ribbon also has screen tips to guide you as you work with the add-in.
The Excel Tools add-in is licensed to a single user, and 2 copies can be installed on that user's home and/or work computers.
Contextures Inc. is pleased to offer these discounts when you purchase more than one copy of the Excel Tools Add-in. The same discounts apply if you buy multiple Contextures products, such as 1 copy of the Excel Tools Add-in, and 1 copy of Excel UserForms for Data Entry.
These percentage discounts are applied automatically to your order.
Click the Add to Cart button, to get the Contextures Excel Tools Add-in and user guide. Step by step purchase instructions are listed below. Windows only, no Mac Excel version
The Contextures Excel Tools Add-in licence is for a single (1) user. You may use the downloaded material for personal or business use, but may not resell or repackage the contents.
After you purchase the Contextures Excel Tools Add-in, you may return it for any reason, within 30 days. Your purchase amount will be fully refunded.
Last updated: April 15, 2016 9:23 AM