Version 1.02.19 Released – Export of Analysis Results to Excel

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CloudCalc’s results can now be exported to Excel for external processing

CloudCalc is pleased to announce the release of Version 1.02.19, the application’s 39th update since its initial launch on June 2, 2014.  You can verify that you automatically have this latest version by clicking on the Help Menu – the bottom of which shows the active version number.  (If, for some reason it does not show this version, you may need to force a hard-refresh of your browser, via Ctrl-F5 on a PC, or Cmd-Shift-R on a Mac.

This release allows you to export analysis results to Excel – giving you three ways to review CloudCalc’s results: on-line review, generation of a PDF report, and now via Excel.  Results may be exported for both Static and Dynamic Analyses.

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Once results are generated, they may be exported by clicking the Excel link

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Each Report, for each individual Load Case, appears in its own spreadsheet

To better learn how to use this new feature, we invite you to watch the short video Export of CloudCalc’s Analysis Results to Excel.

Remember, because CloudCalc is delivered via the cloud, we are always able to provide more updates faster than you can expect from our PC-based competitors.  We continue to average one update every 5 weeks over the past 4 years.  Let us know, at techsupport@cloudcalc.com, which update you would like to see next.

To learn more about CloudCalc, the scalable, collaborative, and mobile cloud-based engineering software, please visit: www.cloudcalc.com – Structural Analysis in the Cloud.  Sign up now and get a 30-day free trial!

By Tom Van Laan

Copyright © CloudCalc, Inc. 2018

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