Tabulizer
Tabulizer
0.3d

2.9

Tabulizer free download for Mac

Tabulizer

0.3d
29 September 2004

Keep track of small tables of text.

Overview

Do you find yourself using a complex word processor or spreadsheet to keep track of small tables of text, such as:

  • Lists of books or DVDs you own or wish to get?
  • Account names for the different Web sites you visit?
  • Long-running computations on multiple computers and their results?
  • Wine tasting notes?

If so, Tabulizer may be for you. Tabulizer provides an easy-to-use interface for editing and displaying tables. To make a new row, simply press the return key, and start typing, using the tab key to move from cell to cell. You can also edit existing rows, sort the rows, rearrange columns, copy and paste, and perform many other operations, as described in Tabulizer's online help file

What's new in Tabulizer

Version 0.3d:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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2 Tabulizer Reviews

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Anonymous
30 September 2004

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Bare bones, simple and straightforward interface. Thought it might be useful for a quick list in tabulated form. In OSX 10.3.5 it won't allow me to modify the one preference it does have, however, the column names: "(Keyerror: )". And it won't let me save a file: "(LookupError: no codec search functions registered: can't find encoding)". So, not much use. I was able to delete the program however ... always a useful option.
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Version 0.3d
Anonymous
31 March 2005
Hm, useful idea, but a bit TOO bare bones... as far as I can tell, it has a fixed number of two columns which can only be renamed, and then you can add and edit rows for these two columns. Doesn't seem to be able to open character-delimited text files either, so you'd have to type in all data by hand.
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Version 0.3d
Anonymous
30 September 2004
Bare bones, simple and straightforward interface. Thought it might be useful for a quick list in tabulated form. In OSX 10.3.5 it won't allow me to modify the one preference it does have, however, the column names: "(Keyerror: )". And it won't let me save a file: "(LookupError: no codec search functions registered: can't find encoding)". So, not much use. I was able to delete the program however ... always a useful option.
Like
Version 0.3d