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Full user review
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
Tables may have advanced since the early version, but based on that experience, It will be quite a while before I try this application out again. My first experience suggested that Tables wasn't quite ready for a non-beta release. Within moments, Tables crashed. Within minutes, Tables crashed so hard, I actually had to restart my machine due. That's really bad.
I've since deleted it from my machine. For $50, I would think the application would have been a little more finished than that. I hope your mileage varies... but as far as I'm concerned this is in no way a replacement for eXcel.
Try ThinkFree Office instead.