Worksheet Document

Worksheet windows are a view of the data file and are designed to display, edit, enter, and save data. The worksheet windows have several useful and powerful editing, transformation, and statistical operations available. Several import and export options are available for opening data files from other spreadsheet programs.


Worksheet Commands

The worksheet menu commands include:



Opens, closes, saves, and prints files


Contains undo, redo, cut, copy, paste, paste special, clear, insert, delete, find, find next, and replace


Controls the display of toolbars, status bar, and managers


Sets cell formats, column widths, and row heights


Contains commands to sort data, compute statistics, assign projection, reproject data, and calculate mathematical transformations


Adjusts program options


Controls display of the windows


Provides access to help topics


The Application/Document Control menu commands control the size and position of the application window or the document window.


Tab View

The plot, worksheet, and grid node editor windows are displayed as tabbed documents. When more than one window is open, tabs appear at the top of the document, allowing you to click on a tab to switch to a different window. The tabs may be dragged to reorder them. When a document contains unsaved changes, an asterisk (*) appears next to its tabbed name. The asterisk is removed once the changes have been saved.


Worksheet Document

The image below displays the worksheet document. See the Worksheet Window topic for information on the components of the worksheet window.



This is the Voxler worksheet document with the Network Manager, Module Manager, and Property Manager

 in auto hide mode on the left, and the tabbed documents at the top of the worksheet.


Other Useful Worksheet Information

Worksheet Window

File Format Chart

Keyboard Commands

Worksheet Error Codes and Special Numeric Values

Worksheet Technical Specifications



See Also

Voxler User Interface

The Viewer Window