Changes in version 7.1 for 32- and 64-bit Excel - June 21, 2016
Date: June 13, 2016 (last updated on June 21, 2016)
reference id: QA0291
On June 21, 2016 the new version 7.1 is released. Download
Supported Excel versions
ASAP Utilities 7.1 works with:
- Excel 2016 (both 32- and 64-bit version)
- Excel 2013 (both 32- and 64-bit version)
- Excel 2010 (both 32- and 64-bit version)
- Excel 365 (both 32- and 64-bit version)
- Excel 2007
- Excel 2003
- Excel 2002/XP
- Excel 2000
On any Windows system that can matches the Excel system requirements.
Free upgrade if you purchased version 7.0 or 5.x
If you purchased a license for version 7.0 or 5.x, then you get version 7.1 free of charge. You can use the same license details.
If you purchased a license in 2012 or earlier, then please contact us for a discount to upgrade to version 7.
To upgrade, just install the new version "on top" of the existing version on your computer.
ASAP Utilities will then automatically recognize your settings and license information if you have already entered that previously.
A few small improvements
Fixed a situation that could cause a compile error in ASAP Utilities in some Japanese and Chinese versions of Excel.
- Text » Spell/write out numbers or amounts (EN, DE, NL)...
Improved. English numbers between 10 and 99 now use a hyphen.
For example, 35 changed from being written as Thirty Five to Thirty-Five.
The decimals in numbers with decimals and without a currency are now written as hundredths in English, German or Dutch.
- Sheets » Reset Excel's last cell
Fixed a bug in the 32-bit edition; "Sorry, something went wrong at code line 1080..."
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