FMX

TMS FMX Grid Excel Bridge

Import/Export bridges to .XLS, .XLSX, .PDF files

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Release

v3.1 (September 9, 2021)

Version history

Feature overview

  • Interface between TMS FMX Grid and TMS Flexcel to provide import/export capabilities to .XLS & .XLSX, .PDF formats
  • Support for cross platform use: Win32, Win64, macOS, iOS and Android
  • Fully native solution to import/export to .XLS, .XLSX without the need for Excel to be installed on Windows & macOS!
  • Fully native solution to export grids to .PDF
  • Import/export wide range of cell properties
  • Import/export of cell images, multi cell images, checkboxes
  • Wide range of formulas supported
  • Support for virtually unlimited nr. of columns & rows for import/export with new .XLSX file format
  • Free download, can be used by registered users of TMS FMX UI Pack and TMS Flexcel


TMS FMX Grid running on Windows

XLSX file generated on Windows

PDF file generated on Windows

TMS FMX Grid running on macOS

XLSX file generated on macOS

PDF file generated on macOS

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