Welcome to Gnumeric!

The Gnumeric spreadsheet is part of the GNOME desktop environment: a project to create a free, user friendly desktop environment.

The goal of Gnumeric is to be the best possible spreadsheet. We are not attempting to clone existing applications. However, Gnumeric can read files saved with other spreadsheets and we offer a customizable feel that attempts to minimize the costs of transition.

Gnumeric is...

Free!
Gnumeric and its source code are available free of charge, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or version 3.
Fast!
Gnumeric handles large spreadsheets while remaining responsive.
Accurate!
A spreadsheet should calculate the right answer. Gnumeric's built-in functions and tools are accurate. A report praised Gnumeric as more accurate than leading proprietary spreadsheets.

For a comprehensive list of features, go here.

News

November 2013: Gnumeric 1.12.9 is out. Get it from here! We have a Win32 build of that. (Sources in the same directory except for parts found on this site. Note, however, that recompilation is very difficult.)

October 2013: Gnumeric 1.12.8 is out. Get it from here! We have an experimental Win32 build of that. (Sources in the same directory except for parts found on this site. Note, however, that recompilation is very difficult.) This is not ready for production use yet. Crashes are likely to eat your data. Do not ask for support.

September 2013: Gnumeric 1.12.7 is out. Get it from here! We do not currently have a Win32 build; we have started looking at making one, but GTK3/Win32 isn't quite ready and need some patching to even compile, let alone work.

August 2013: Gnumeric 1.12.6 is out. Get it from here! We do not currently have a Win32 build; we are waiting for GTK3/Win32 to be ready, but if someone with the right set of skills want to give it a try, we'll help with any Gnumeric-side problems.

August 2013: Gnumeric 1.12.5 is out. Get it from here! We do not currently have a Win32 build; we are waiting for GTK3/Win32 to be ready, but if someone with the right set of skills want to give it a try, we'll help with any Gnumeric-side problems.

July 2013: Gnumeric 1.12.4 is out. Get it from here! We do not currently have a Win32 build; we are waiting for GTK3/Win32 to be ready, but if someone with the right set of skills want to give it a try, we'll help with any Gnumeric-side problems.

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Migration

Gnumeric will import your existing Microsoft Excel files. Import filters also exist for Lotus 1-2-3, Applix, Sylk, XBase, Open Office, Quattro Pro, Dif, Plan Perfect, and Oleo files, but these import filters are less complete. If you have knowledge of these file formats or have access to the underlying program, maybe you can help.