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July 16, 2016:
The Formulator F1.0.1 is released. Splitting out function parameters wasn't working for languages who's list separator was not a comma. For example, French, which uses a semicolon to separate Excel function parameters instead of a comma. With F1.0.1, this is working with any language using any list separator character (the list separator character is a Windows control panel setting). F1.0.1 also now stores the Windows country and list separator settings when calibrating and prompts the user to recalibrate if either of those change.

November 20, 2015:
The Formulator has been tested with the Excel 2016 (32-bit). It worked perfectly, with no problems of any kind.

Although The Formulator works with 32-bit Excel 2016, it will need to be updated to work with 64-bit Excel 2016.

September 14, 2015:
The Formulator has been tested with Windows 10. It worked perfectly, with no problems of any kind.

November 4, 2013:
The Formulator has been tested with Windows 8.1. It worked perfectly, with no problems of any kind.

July 12, 2013:
The Formulator has been tested with the Excel 2013 (32-bit). It worked perfectly, with no problems of any kind.

Although The Formulator works with 32-bit Excel 2013, it will need to be updated to work with 64-bit Excel 2013.

December 8, 2012:
The Formulator has been tested with Windows 8. It worked perfectly, with no problems of any kind.

May 23, 2010:
The Formulator is released! Watch this space for future news about The Formulator.

 

 

 

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