Happy New Year!

I wish you all a wonderful new year with lots of health, happiness and prosperity!
May the New Year be a good year to you and yours.

And we'd like to thank you for your suggestions, enthusiasm and encouragement throughout the past 12 years.
May the New Year bring you health, happiness, and all other good things!

We've planned several new exiting and improved tools for ASAP Utilities in 2011.
The following page shows the improvements that were made to ASAP Utilities the past year:

5 Responses to “Happy New Year!”

  1. Hi Bastien,

    May the Family Live 1000 Years !

    Version 4.7.1. Ist of all, Congratulations and Thanks for everything you have done to make the life easy for millions like us. I may be mistaken, but when I use any utility from ASAP which opens an option screen for further proceedings, the usual ? and X signs (help and close) on the top right of the screens are not showing in 2007.

    CA Kanwaljit Singh Dhunna

  2. Hello Kanwaljit,

    Thank you for your email and compliment.
    Both these signs haven't been there for ages in ASAP Utilities.
    The question mark on the userform isn't used because we haven't a help function to it.
    A quick way to close a dialog (in ASAP Utilities), besides the close-button, is to press the ESC key, that works in all tools.

    Kind regards,

  3. Hi Bastien,

    May the Family Live 1000 Years !

    It seems I never had to use those those signs :) and so I never noticed it earlier. Also I saw it on a system on which only 2007 was installed and I had no chance to confirm it with 2003. Anyway that is something new for me ;)

    Thanks and Regards
    CA Kanwaljit Singh Dhunna

  4. Hi Bastien,

    May the Family Live 1000 Years !

    Is there any facility like "Easily create a lot of Excel files based on Values in Selected Cells" ?

    Thanks and Regards
    CA Kanwaljit Singh Dhunna

  5. Hello Kanwaljit,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    There isn't a tool that does that in one step, but perhaps you can use the following workaround.
    Enter the names of the files in a range of cells.
    Create a template worksheet in the same workbook that has the layout of the files that need to be created.

    Then use the following tool to automatically general copies of the template-sheet with the specified names:
    ASAP Utilities » Sheets » Insert multiple sheets (uses the cell values as sheet names)…

    And then save these sheets a separate files to a given folder:
    ASAP Utilities » Export » Export worksheets as separate files…

    Does this help?
    Or do you just need to create many copies of certain Excel files?

    Kind regards,