The Ridiculously Easy Way To Build Your Excel Desktop Database Apps in Minutes

If...

If You know what Microsoft Excel is?

If You know that 1 Excel Workbook can have many Worksheets?

Then...

Then You Don’t Need To Hire or Rely on a Tech Team!

Then You are ready to Create Your Virtual Forms in Excel!

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Design

Design your data source

You can use Excel Workbook, Access, MySQL or MS SQL as your database (data source).

Define

Define the data form

Choose a Table and Fields (Columns) for Grid and Edit control, create Relationships for Master-Detail Forms and LookUp Forms.

USE IT!

Use your app

Use it, yeah, start using it!
(Your app is done!)

Extend

Extend with VBA

Need advanced features? Extend your Virtual Forms for Excel with VBA code.

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CEO Davor Geci:

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Quickly build Professional Windows Desktop Database Applications with MS Excel in minutes!

With Virtual Forms for Excel.

“Create a few Worksheets tables in Excel Workbook.
Tell the Virtual Form Designer which fields (or columns) you want to use.
And you’re done !!!”