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xCELLcolor is an add-in for Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007, Office Excel® 2010, and Excel® 2013 that provides functions to: a) Sum By Background Color, b) Count By Background Color, c) Sum By Font Color, d) Count By Font Color, e) Sum By Conditional Background Color, f) Count By Conditional Background Color, g) Sum By Conditional Font Color, and h) Count By Conditional Font Color.
"It did exactly what I wanted it to do. Such a simple task, you would have thought that Microsoft would have included it as a function...I will recommend your program to anyone that wants to sum a column with specific cell colors."
xCELLcolor installs with ease and offers the typical Excel user access to these essential functions without any requirement to utilze VBA or macros.
xCELLencrypt is an add-in for Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007, Office Excel® 2010, and Excel® 2013 that allows you to encrypt the contents of individual cells within a worksheet. The software implements advanced encryption standard (AES) 256 bit encryption via Microsoft's® cryptographic service provider (CryptoAPI). Users may elect to encrypt with a password or through the use of a key file.
xCELLencrypt is great for individuals or organizations that share spreadsheets but need to protect certain data within the workbooks. Some examples are: employee rosters that contain sensitive data such as social security numbers, salary data; personal information like bank account numbers, user names/passwords, security questions and answers.
Why do you need xCELLenrypt? A simple Google search for 'username password filetype:xls' typically yields more than 5,000 results that likely contain Excel® files with usernames and passwords for supposedly secure systems! Making minor modifications to your search (i.e. user vice username, xlsx vice xls) will push the result set well over 10,000. The number of usernames and passwords, in the clear, in these results is probably north of 20,000.
Have you asked your Systems Administrator how and where he/she is storing the usernames and passwords used to administer your vital systems? Do not be surprised if the answer is, "in a file named 'password.xls'". Be sure to see our xCELLrecover product if you believe that using the built-in protect workbook and/or protect worksheet features of Excel® provide any measure of security.
If your organization stores sensitive information in Microsoft® Office Excel®, you need xCELLencrypt to protect this data!
xCELLhash is an add-in for Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007, Office Excel® 2010, and Excel® 2013 that allows users to perform one-way hash functions (e.g. MD5, SHA-1, SHA-2) on selected files and/or data stored in Microsoft® Office Excel® workbooks. xCELLhash implements the MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512 algorithms and returns data as hexadecimal strings.
Hash functions can be used to identify duplicate values and files in a cryptographically sound manner. One practical example of how xCELLhash can be used is to assist with managing libraries of digital images. If you suspect that you have multiple copies of a digital image being stored with different file names, you can use the File Hash feature of xCELLhash to examine each image. If the resulting hash is the same for two files or more files, then you can be certain they are duplicate files.
Data may be hashed by clicking the appropriate button on the xCELLhash toolbar or by utilizing the provided user functions/formulas: =_HASHFILE(A1), =_MD5(A1), _SHA1(A1), _SHA256(A1), _SHA384(A1), and SHA512(A1).
xCELLrecover is an add-in for Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007, Office Excel® 2010, and Excel® 2013 that allows users to recover (unprotect) password protected workbooks and worksheets for Excel® 2007, Excel® 2010, and Excel® 2013. xCELLrecover removes the protection vice returning the password and allows users to recover their work typically in less than a minute.
Beginning with Excel® 2013 the workbook and worksheet default protection algorithm was enhanced rendering many of the macro techniques traditionally used to recover workbooks and worksheets useless. xCELLrecover CAN successfully recover protected Excel® 2013 workbooks and worksheets.
If you have protected workbooks or worksheets for which you have forgotten the password, or had an employee depart, taking the password with them, then xCELLrecover is for you.
At this time, xCELLrecover DOES NOT recover Excel® files that require a password to Open or Modify the “.xlsx” file.