Version 2.14 of DiffEngineX can compare the Visual Basic code and macros contained in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. The new difference report is in HTML format and is viewed in your default web browser.
Version 2.01 of DiffEngineX allows you to specify a minimum percentage change between two numbers before they are flagged as different.
Version 2 of DiffEngineX can better handle large numbers of differences, when hyperlink navigation is turned on. It can handle the case when Excel 2007 has compatibility mode turned on by default.
A new option has been added to compare Excel cell comments.
If a workbook of interest is compared against a blank spreadsheet, this option will effectively create a list of all the comments.
DiffEngineX can now treat numeric values as equal if they differ less than a specified value. This adds to its previous ability of being able to round numbers to a specified number of decimal places before comparing them.
NOTE: If you wish to compare the calculated values of formulae, rather than the formulae text itself, you should select the option Their Calculated Values.