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comment Are there any free and lightweight spreadsheet programs for the Mac?
QuickLook on Snow Leopard (at least, on my install) also works with common spreadsheets. While I have LibreOffice installed, the Office.qlgenerator looks to be from Apple (it has bundle ID "com.apple.qlgenerator.office" and is in /System/Library/QuickLook), so I expect it should work on any install of an appropriate version. There are reports online of being able to preview .doc and .docx in Leopard as well, so it's reasonable to expect it to work for spreadsheets.
Oct
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comment Are there any free and lightweight spreadsheet programs for the Mac?
Note that according to the linked page about offline access, editing spreadsheets offline isn't available on any platform.
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