Exchange Rates for Excel 2.6.2

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Exchange Rates for Excel is a practical tool in which you can automatically update currency exchange rates into your Excel spreadsheets - via Internet. No more manual and tedious updates. No more risk of using outdated data.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Publisher:
Webmaster
Price:
$39.95
File size:
3.21 Mb
Date added:
October 14, 2008
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Description from the Publisher
Exchange Rates for Excel is a practical tool in which you can automatically update currency exchange rates into your Excel spreadsheets - via Internet. No more manual and tedious updates. No more risk of using outdated data. This add-in is like any other Excel function. When the function is inserted in any cell or inside a formula, the add-in automatically refreshes the exchange rates with the latest data. Exchange Rates for Excel includes a wizard to help you use the tool. Additionally, it includes different refreshing data options and reports with the exchange rates and currency codes.
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