User manual


The main window has four large buttons respectively with the following features:


1: Models

Choosing a data model

Button 1 of the main window opens the following window:

Buttons C, E and F open the following window:

Editing a model

 

The B and D buttons open the following window:

Data Types


Depending on the type of data, the number of possible characters in a box in the appropriate column of a data sheet built from the selected model is not the same:

In addition, each column can be defined initially as visible or editable or not, and requiring filling or not. However, even in a data sheet inherited from a particular model, the data type can always be changed later. But changing the type of a column in a data sheet does not change the corresponding column of the model from which it originated.

2: Spreadsheets

Creating or selecting a data sheet

Button 2 in the main window opens the following window:

A click on the B button opens a window for selecting the data model used for the new sheet, and a small window to write the name chosen for this paper.

A click on the C button opens a window for selecting the data model you want more or less completely duplicate, then the following window:

The name of the sheet proposed by default (depending on the duplicated sheet) can be changed.
The derived sheet can be either completely filled (the third option from the window above), or filled with blank lines (depending on the number of rows in the original spreadsheet) or be empty (by only taking the data model of the original sheet, in its current state).

The E button (as well as B and C buttons after preliminary step shown above) opens the following window:

Editing or viewing a data sheet

The S button opens the following window:

Graphics



3: Books

A click on the button 3 of the main window opens the following one:


0: Tools

A click on the 0 button on the main window opens the following:

The seven window buttons respectively allow the following features:

Basic parameters of the application


This window is also open on the first launch of the application. It defines the default language (english or french), the time format to display, the date format to display, as well as the automatic saving (or not) of modified data.

Color configuration interface


Styles


Importing a CSV data file

A click on the Import button in the Tools window opens this following one:

Selecting a CSV file then opens the following window:

Note that for good representation of special or accentuation characters, you should use a CSV file encoded in UTF 8.

Data backup

A click on the data backup button in the tool window allows to perform a backup as ZIP file archive. To retrieve the data, then just unzip the file and replace the application files and directories from the equivalent of the archive. Such recovery should occur only if serious data corruption make the software unusable.

Help

This assistance.


Tips

A list of tips about the software features.