About the Author

Sean Lawyer

As one of GrapeCity’s product managers, Sean Lawyer enjoys creating awesome new software tools with the GrapeCity team. Before starting his career in the software industry more than 20 years ago, Sean earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science and Mathematics from Duke University. In his free time, he enjoys recreational mathematics, role-playing games, and solving puzzles.

Latest Posts

Create Advanced Shapes with the Spread.NET 13 WinForms Enhanced Shape Engine

Create interactive dashboards, flow diagrams, cell callouts, and logos with Spread.NET 13 WinForms enhanced shape engine.

July 14, 2020

How to Import and Export Excel Spreadsheets in C# and VB.NET Windows Forms

Import and export your Microsoft Excel XLSX and XLSM spreadsheets directly in your .NET Windows Forms apps.

July 1, 2020

Using WinForms Slicers in .NET Spreadsheets

This article presents the Spread.NET 13 WinForms Slicers feature and discusses several spreadsheet slicers use cases.

May 6, 2020

Import and Export Spreadsheets with an External Workbook Reference (Spread.NET WinForms)

Here, we will create a custom function using a Dynamic Array to return the workbook's External Links in a cell range using a simple formula.

April 24, 2020

12 Reasons to use GrapeCity Documents for Excel Java Edition over Apache POI

This article shows a comparison of Excel Java Edition vs. Apache POI and presents the features and performance of each.

April 17, 2020

Building an Insurance App using the WinForms Enhanced Shapes Engine

Using the new Enhanced Shapes Engine, you can easily port your Microsoft Excel Macro-enabled Workbooks with custom shapes and VBA macro code to a .NET WinForms application executable.

March 4, 2020

Data Visualization Functions in Spread.NET

This article gives an overview of the Spread.NET 13 WinForms VisualFunction feature.

January 8, 2020

New XLOOKUP and XMATCH Functions

Spread.NET 13 WinForms introduces support for two important new Excel calculation functions, XLOOKUP and XMATCH. In this blog, we'll review a few different examples to demonstrate how they operate.

November 17, 2019

Using the new Dynamic Array Formulas available in Spread.NET 13 Windows Forms, you can easily create dependent drop-down lists and use them to generate a filtered report.

November 7, 2019

Create a Crosstab Report with Three Simple Dynamic Array Formulas

Using Spread.NET 13 and the Dynamic Array support, it's easy to create a powerful crosstab report with three simple formulas.

November 6, 2019