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Free Spreadsheets

Its nice to give away...some useful freebies!

The XLAutomation team develop hundreds of Excel workbooks every year either as part of a projects for a clients or solutions to questions posted by website visitors. If we think it could be useful to others we offer them for free. Each download demonstrates the capability and possibilities our spreadsheet development team can deliver. 

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Share Your Ideas with Us

We are open to suggestions for new free spreadsheets. What tool or calculator have you always wanted to build but just don't have the time or skills to develop it? Click the button below to share your ideas and we will do our best to respond to all suggestions by providing more free spreadsheets that can make a real difference for you.

Free spreadsheet ideas suggested so far

1. Position Size Calculator

A workbook that allows traders to calculate the position size for given amount of Cash, Number of Positions and the most recent Close Price. Traders can then quickly determine how many shares for each position need to be bought. The calculator will include brokerage costs

2. Trade Alerts

A spreadsheet to provide alerts for positions that have breached take profit or loss conditions for a trade. Basic alerting to be included will be based on a percentage for Take Profit / Stop Loss. Cell formatting will be used to "alert" when a trade has breached a condition.

3. To Do List Template

A spreadsheet to schedule and track all those things you need to get done. This can be a list of work items or a list of things that need to be done before you go on a holiday. The spreadsheet will include formatting to indicate late items and items that need to be completed in the next few days.

4. Risk Analysis

A template that can be used for risk assessments. Automated probability and likelihood rankings are plotted to a "heat map" to indicate risks for mitigation. The risks are spreadsheet across categories or departments to then provide an organisation overview.

Have your say !!

Vote for the best free spreadsheet suggestions already posted by other website visitors. Each month we will create a Free Spreadsheet from the most highly ranked suggestions on this list.

Review the descriptions for each suggestion and then vote for one or more of your favourites below.

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If you have been using one or more of our free spreadsheets and have found it useful, we would appreciate a small donation. This helps us to fund fixes and new features to our existing spreadsheets, and to keep developing a steady flow of new free spreadsheets to give away.