HISTORY
   
  Consolidator Enterprise for Excel 2.1.0 (19/08/2009)
 

In this new version 2.1.0 of Consolidator Enterprise for Excel we have added:

  • Conducting surveys module has been removed for superior versions of 2003. *A new individual product for surveys will be released soon.
  • The following consolidation tools have been removed for superior versions of 2003 * These ones will be added to Spreadsheet Consolidator: - Consolidator wizard - Consolidate ranges - Smart consolidación - Detailed consolidación - Conditional text - Merge tables.

  • Interface has been improved making it more intuitive providing access to functionalities.
  • Now you can create and manage your consolidation models by levels.
  • Easily customize your templates.
  • Consolidate worksheets grouped by levels within minutes.
  • Get analysis reports of information from different views.
   
  Consolidator Enterprise for Excel 2.0.1 (17/12/2009)
 

In this New version 2.0.1 we have added:

  • New validations when retreiving values from the consolidation.
  • The trial has been extended from 3 to to 15 days.
   
  Consolidator Enterprise for Excel 2.0.0 (11/12/2008)
 

In this New version 2.0.0 we have added:

  • Sheets manager
   
  Consolidator Enterprise for Excel 1.5.0 (18/09/2008)
 

In this New version 1.5.0 we have added:

Improvements and New tools

  • Functionalities
    1. You can consolidate many Excel books in one single book.
    2. Consolidation of specified ranges in Excel.
    3. You can create and consolidate surveys.
    4. You can perform consolidations at different levels (country, region, city levels, etc.)

  • New Functionalities
    1. New ways to consolidate
     a) Consolidate selected sheets of one or many (open or closed) books into one single spreadsheet.
     b) Consolidate selected sheets in many (open or closed) books in one sheet per book.
     c) Consolidate sheets with the same name in many (open or closed) books in groups of sheets with the same name.
     d) Copy the sheets of many books in one single book.

  • Reports
    1. Consolidations are shown in one Excel sheet, maintaining cell formats: text, percentage, number, etc.
    2. You can seed data in Pivot Tables.
    3. You can see data in cross-section forms, approximation to OLAP cubes.

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