One for you Alan!

July 14, 2006

The version number for Google Spreadsheet has been updated from 1.1.4b to 1.1.4d today — with it comes some new features that will be useful for anybody actually using the service. In addition to new features, the loading time seems much faster to me, though I am unable to do benchmarks that confirm this. There are now context menus that provide easier access to some basic functionality. You can right click in a cell to perform actions like cut/copy/paste or you can right click on a row to perform actions like inserting and deleting.Cell formatting has been improved in this release as well. You can manage borders using the new toolbar item, and you can also use the copy/paste function to change only the formatting of a cell if you don’t want to lose data.

» Google Spreadsheets v.1.1.4d | Googling Google | ZDNet.com

If you have not looked at this yet, do. It is very clever and the potential is superb, especially a number of remote users looking at one spreadsheet, updating it together and chatting.

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