I found out that Microsoft uses different excel function names in different languages. See this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2551525 for examples.
If a spreadsheet is created using the Spanish edition of Excel, using Spanish functions, would the Aspose calculation engine process correctly all the computations?
I would think that the functions are stored using some internal universal format and Aspose shouldn’t have any problem processing any edition. I haven’t tried it yet, but I would think that if I open in the English edition of Excel a spreadsheet created using the Spanish version, the function names are flipped to English.
Based on my testing this works:
1. Create spreadsheet in Spanish using Spanish functions.
2. Open the spreadsheet in Aspose and re-calculate everything.
So,things are good.
I think the document that you sent me refers to setting formulas in a spreadsheet using Aspose and those formulas have to be specified in English. This is OK.
I was concerned about reading spreadsheets created in Excel in other languages than English.