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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
941 KB
Updated:
Downloads:
791
Platform:
Windows 2K / XP / 2003 / Vista
Publisher:
StrategicModeling.com(more)
Website:
Unknown
Publisher's Descriptions
This add-in generates automatic popup graphs when data in Microsoft Excel is highlighted. An immediate graphic representation of the data is shown in real-time to assist in data analysis. When doing stock, financial, budget, sales, analysis, etc. it is often helpful to see graphically and quickly if and where there are any trends, spikes, or cyclical occurences. AutoGraph was designed to give all users the ability to achieve exactly that.



You can download AutoGraph free here.
System Requirements

· System with Intel Pentium 200MHz or equivalent
· 64 MB RAM
· 5 MB of free disk space
· VGA graphics card capable of running at a resolution of 800x600 with at least 256 colors
· Mouse and keyboard
· Internet connection
· Microsoft Excel

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Please be aware FindMySoft.com accepts no responsibility for the file you are downloading. The same applies to the information provided about the software products listed.
We do not allow the inclusion of any AutoGraph serial, keygen or crack and we disclaim any liability for the inappropriate use of AutoGraph.
FindMySoft advises that AutoGraph should be only used in accordance with the rules of intellectual property and the existing Criminal Code.
For your own protection ALWAYS check downloaded files for viruses.
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