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I am looking for a product to turn an internal spreedsheet to an online web format. The spreedsheet used the defined formulas to provide some calculation results to the user based on his or her input.

I am not sure if somehow our developer can use aspose.cells to access the formulas on the existing spreedsheet via Asose.cell. ( is the possible)

We have also looked at a software called Spreedsheetconvertor ( also known as Spreedsheet everywhere ) to convert the spreedsheet to web format in pages, but it seems that ASPOSE has tone more options if it does what I want.


Well, Aspose.Cells is a library that can mange Excel Spreadsheets in all the diverse formats (XLS, XLSX, XLTX, XLSM, XLSB, CSV, Tab Delimited, HTML, SpreadsheetML, Image formats etc. ) at every level. It provides almost all the features that MS Excel 97-2010 gives you. Moreover it provides some advanced features, e.g Worksheet-to-Image, Excel-to-PDF, Worksheet-to-Printer, Chart-to-Image etc. It has a separate formula calculation engine that support to calculate all the standards/advanced formulas/functions (See the topics: and It does not demand or depends on Excel Automation API, so, you need not to install MS Excel either on the client or on the server. You may use Aspose.Cells component on both desktop or web applications. I think Aspose.Cells for .NET can help you in the following ways:

1) You may directly convert your spreadsheets (Excel files) to HTML format, see the document on saving/converting spreadsheets options:

2) You may convert Worksheet to Image files, so you may embed the images on your web page, see the document for reference:

3) Aspsoe.Cells for .NET also provides Aspose.Cells.GridWeb control that is Excel like grid control that can suit your needs as well. You may just place the control on your web page and it will give you Excel like features (loading/saving Excel files formatting cells, formula calculations etc.) in WYSIWYG (visual) manner. See the demos for complete reference:
See the documentation:

Thank you.