Tables 1.1.5 for Mac OS X

Tables enables you to organize and present your data very simply.


Quick Facts

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A lot of data can get vague very quickly. Tables enables you to organise and present them very simply.

With Tables you can not only organise data but also calculate and compare them, too. Add, sum or multiply numbers or process data by using different functions.

Data can not only represent numbers but a date or an amount, too. Tables offer extensive options to format the data. Format them with currency, an amount, as percentage rates, scientifically or with different dates.

Create invoices being optical attractive, lists or reports and even add some photos and PDF documents to present your data with a great visual impact.

You can create your own named styles in Tables to quickly assign the same formatting properties to other cells and also receive a uniform look for your document.

Tables offers you a wide range of calculation options and many functions from different areas.

Starting from simple operations like addition, subtraction, division, multiplication and involution until numerical compares like less, greater, equal or unequal up to functions from the areas:

Mathematics, Trigonometry, Statistic, Matrix, Date & Time, Text, Logical, Spreadsheet and Information.

Tables offers different options to present data as a number, an amount, a percentage or as date & time.

You are able to exactly specify the format for numbers by setting up the number of decimal points or by displaying a separator. Further on you can specify a prefix or suffix as well as displaying negative values in red.

For date & time you can choose the display format depending on your local system settings. By that you are able to specify whether and how to display the date, the time or both.

If the system formats for date & time are insufficient you are able to define an individual format for date & time.

If you don't want to search for the format string in the whole user's guide book you can just use an assistant to compose a format string.