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The Spinnaker Alerts
provides the spreadsheet user with a versatile tool to signal
critical changes in the spreadsheet. Spinnaker Excel Alerts can utilize the
worksheet change event or the query update event to
trigger in the form of cell coloring, custom excel audio alerts, pop-up screen messaging, logging,
the execution of a macro of your choice, and
Excel Email alerts using your cell phone. E-mail paging works with Microsoft® Outlook® 97 and later, or
with CDO (a web based E-mail client for
which you only have to supply an E-mail address and a mail server). Recommended for
trading professionals, stock investors,
process managers, etc.
$90.00 for the standard version, $150.00 for the enhanced version. Any
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
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Applications for this add-in
could be: Queries, Web-Queries, Real time DDE links, stock trading, process monitoring, budgeting,
projections, monitoring deadlines etc.
- The standard version of this add-in can be registered at a price of $90.00. The version that can run macros, and
send E-mail pages costs $150.00. To upgrade at
a later time you just pay the difference between the two versions. The trial period is
10 days of use.
New in version
as of 9/6/2012:
- We added the option to use the chosen
alert sound for a custom macro to be used when the alert goes off. This
makes it possible to have the alert sound be repeated as desired.
- November 2010 version 2.75 is release. Changes see below.
- We have added the capability for dynamic alert names. When you (re)name
an alert, you can now make the name be a cell reference in your
worksheet instead of manually entering each alert name in the edit
alerts dialog. The advantages of this are that new alerts can
automatically get a custom alert name. You can even change the alert
name by simply changing the cell that has the name in it. If you use a
default profile to create new alerts, the new alerts will have names
based on the cell reference, not just "new alert 2", etc.
- We added a warning for when you use a query update to trigger
alerts. The refresh interval of a query is usually set to only once
every minute, or even a few minutes, so you may have to wait for the
alerts to go off.
- When you select a sound, the program will first show all the sound
files in the windows system media directory, but if you choose a
different directory and select a file there once, that path will be
recorded in the active workbook. From then on, Alerts will
"know" where the soundfiles for the active workbook are
- When you record a sound the program will set the save directory to
the windows system media or the path you chose a sound file from the
last time. This way your custom sound files are easily accessible for
- When you start a new file with alerts, the default is now that
alerts go off at the first change in the sheet. If this causes
problems you can uncheck the "Run on First Change" box in
the edit alert options dialog.
- We fixed a bug: When you want to change the alert range to a
different sheet, it wouldn't take the different sheet. This version
fixes that problem.
- February 2007 version 2.27 is released.
Some very interesting changes were made.
- Individual Alerts can now be turned on and off in the Edit
- You can now choose to have alerts go off only once only and only
allow a manual reset.
- The sheet and range references of alerts created with this
version will change automatically when you insert rows and column
above and to the left of the alert and criteria cells. This
feature also makes it easier to delete rows and columns as the
remaining alerts will automatically change their references.
- Lastly you can now even copy alerts in the "spinnakeralerts"
sheet directly and make small edits as you like. The range
references will adjust automatically.
Alerts is an Excel® add-in that alerts you to critical values in your
worksheet by means of audio, pop-up messaging, email paging, and
logging of critical events; it runs under Microsoft Excel 97 and
later. Here's the answer you've been looking for to get the word
quickly when your automated stock quote update hits a critical number
(or possibly for noting when a process level changes). This file
includes a sample worksheet with alerts that respond to changes of
values in a stock query -- an example that quickly shows what this
add-in is capable of doing. Documentation explains how to set your own
alert triggers, customize your alert message, and link the output to
paging or email from MS®
Reviewed on Jun 07 2000. Rating: 5
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