Annual Financial Report

The following sample shows how you can use the SpreadJS spreadsheet to create different financial reports and statements for your JavaScript applications, such as an Annual Financial Report. This sample uses multiple sheets, formulas, and sparklines to present the summary.

This example uses a predefined workbook that is loaded into SpreadJS.
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