Setting the calculation language can be performed in the "Settings" sheet. If necessary for calculation purposes, this sheet may display other parameters (standard, marginal conditions, etc.) that can be used for modifications to the calculation behavior. Explanation of these calculation-dependent setting parameters can be found in the help section of the respective calculation.
The upper edge of the sheet includes an "Authorization" button, which displays the "Authorization dialog" if pressed.
By using 'Save a copy for a different version of Office', you create a specially adapted copy of the spreadsheet (calculation) intended to eliminate any problems with the compatibility of various Excel versions.
MITCalc supports a range of versions of Microsoft Excel. Although Microsoft claims that documents saved in various versions of Excel are mutually compatible, this is not entirely true. In the cases of some Excel versions (mainly Excel 2010), damage may occur to the control elements located in hidden areas (buttons, lists, drop-down lists, graphs, etc.) when saving the calculation. The details of this issue are available in the chapter 'Compatibility of calculations with various versions of Excel'.
The "Information" paragraph shows the help file name, the version number and the date of issue of the current calculation. It is advisable to give the calculation version number together with your request for technical support.
The "Settings" sheet is accessible by clicking on the folder with the sheet name on the bottom edge of the workbook.
After selecting a language from the list, all the names and comments of the cells are translated into the chosen language in the current calculation workbook. The indicator in the displayed window informs you about the course of the running translation.
If the language is changed in the installed calculation (not in the calculation copy) and the calculation is saved, the global settings of the language is changed as well. Any other calculation that is started will be then governed by this setting and starting it also initiates its translation. The global settings of the language can also be performed from the MITCalc Integrated Environment.
If there is the option of another language and saving the calculation under a new name (Command: Save as) or a changing the language in the calculation copy, the global settings remain the same. The chosen settings of the language is then valid for the relevant workbook only.