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Our list of clients exceeds 23,500 organizations in more than 140 countries.

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With clients in over 140 countries, ASAP Utilities 7 is available in: You can change the language to your preferred language at any time from within the application.

Supported Excel versions

ASAP Utilities 7 works with the Windows editions of:
  • Excel 2000
  • Excel 2002/XP
  • Excel 2003
  • Excel 2007
  • Excel 2010
  • Excel 2013
  • Excel 2016
  • Excel 2019
  • Excel 2021
  • Excel 365 Desktop

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Buy your license(s) today. It's only USD 49.00 for a single user license, or save up to 86% with volume discounts.

Pays for itself

On average ASAP Utilities saves our users 32 hours each year (measured among 142,522 users in March 2022).


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Version history

A history of the various updates and improvements throughout the years

User Guide

The ASAP Utilities User Guide is a practical manual that will show you how to get the best out of this excel add-in

Upgrade policy for the free Home & Student edition

Since 2001 it's our policy to require users of the "Home and Student" edition to upgrade (free) once a year to make sure they are always using latest version and thus reduce support questions to us.

Which version of Excel do I have?

Information about your Excel version

In Excel menu go to the "Help" menu and then click on "About Microsoft Excel". (If you do not see this option in the menu you are probably using Excel 2007 or 2010.)
Help > About Microsoft Excel
When you click on "About Microsoft Excel" you will see some information on your Excel version with at the top the version number.
In this example the version is Excel 2003: Excel version 2003
In this example the version is Excel 2002 with service pack (SP) 3 installed:
In this example the version is Excel 2000 with service release (SR) 1 installed:

Excel 2007/2010

If the Excel menu looks similar like the following you are using Excel 2007 or 2010. The menu is now called "ribbon" by Microsoft.
Excel 2007 menu/ribbon

To find the version information you need to:
Click on the Office-logo or "File" at the top-left, then click on the "Excel options" button, then choose "Resources" in the left menu and then click on the "About" button.

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