NumXL gives you all the tools you need to analyze time-series data in Excel. Just open your Excel spreadsheet and use NumXL’s rich set of user interfaces and wizards to create your models and makes robust forecasts with ease. Then share your creations instantly with anyone. To make things even more convenient, NumXL keeps the data and results connected, so you can always come back and update or revise your analysis, or project a new forecast in a flash.
We highly recommend that you evaluate your computer before installing NumXL products to verify that you meet or exceed the minimum system requirements.
Min. System Requirements:
Important: We strongly recommend removing all previous NumXL versions from your computer, before installing this version.
Most frequent questions and answers:
An Excel add-in is a piece of software that adds functionality to Microsoft Excel. Excel Add-ins are written in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) or in a compiled language (C/C++). For performance and scalability purposes, we implemented our add-ins (e.g., NumXL, etc.) using C++.
For most enterprises, the default productivity suite of choice is Microsoft Office. According to the latest survey from Spiceworks, 83% of the polled enterprises are using Microsoft Office.
By offering NumXL as an Excel add-in, we are extending the functionality of MS Excel to solve a new set of problems, leveraging your existing investment (Microsoft Office), and eliminating the need for end-users to learn a new tool.
Yes. NumXL tutorials are available online in our support portal and offline in the help file. Furthermore, NumXL installation comes in with numerous examples (workbooks), case studies, and the help file.
Yes, NumXL is compatible with Excel installation of any language.
Bear in mind that menus, user-messages, and cells’ comments are either in English or Spanish depending on the active language in Excel. English is the default language for non-Spanish Excel.
In Excel, you can manage the add-ins using Add-ins Available Box. To access the Add-in Box, do the following:
- Click the “File” Tab, and then click Excel Options
- On the left bar, click on Add-ins
- On the right pan, Find the Manage Box, Select Excel Add-ins
- Click GO
To Load an Add-in
- If the add-in you want to use is not listed in the Add-Ins available box, click Browse, then locate the add-in.
- In the Add-Ins available box, select the checkbox next to the add-in you want to load, then click OK.
To Unload an Add-in
- In the Add-Ins available box, clear the checkbox next to the add-in you want to unload, then click OK.
- To remove the add-in from the menu, restart Excel.
Note: Unloading or removing an add-in from the menu does not remove it from your computer. To remove the add-in from your computer, you must uninstall it.
Not directly, NumXL requires a Microsoft Windows Based Excel version. However, many of our Mac users install virtualization software (e.g., VMWare) and run Windows on top of Mac. NumXL works perfectly in this scenario, and we currently support VMWare, Microsoft Virtualization, and XEN.
Yes. We currently support the following platforms: VMWare, Microsoft Virtualization, and XEN.
You need to install NumXL (and activate the license key) on each computer, but you may use the same license key; as licenses are issued on a per user basis.
We offer a variety of resources to assist with all installation problems. Please check the online documentation, and if you still need help, contact our support desk at [email protected].
Remote Desktop™ is a remote support tool that enables instant, secure, and trouble-free connections between remote computers over the web and to any point on the globe.
Using state-of-the-art remote desktop software (WEBEX) from CISCO, our support team can quickly view, diagnose, and fix remote desktops without installing software.
- Remotely control any desktop anywhere in the world
- Send and receive text chat messages