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If you are looking for Gnumeric, you have come to the right place. We explain what Gnumeric is and point you to the official download.

What is Gnumeric?

The Gnumeric software is a free and open-source spreadsheet application. The program allows users to keep track of information in lists, organize numeric values in columns and rows, as well as perform and update complex calculations by defining each step of the calculation and modifying particular steps. In addition, it can create and display or print graphical plots of data using bar plots, line graphs, pie charts or radar charts, implement complex optimization modeling or perform many other tasks involving numbers, dates, times, names or other data.

Gnumeric features and supports a full complement of calculation functions, formatting options, graph types and drawing options. It can open files from several well known proprietary and free spreadsheets including MS Excel™, Lotus 1-2-3™, Applix™, OpenOffice.org™, Psion™, Sylk™, XBase™, Oleo™, PlanPerfect™, Quattro Pro™ and HTML. Subsequently, it can save files to several versions of the MS Excel™ file format and can save tables into LaTeX \longtable, HTML, and roff files. Additionally, the program has been translated in more than 46 languages, and is being used by people around the globe with the symbols and date/monetary conventions appropriate for their local setting. Furthermore, it can be scaled to accommodate moderately large loads.

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File types supported by Gnumeric

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About file types supported by Gnumeric

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Last updated: : November 25, 2014