Castrop-Rauxel, Germany, September 15, 2006 -=20
Daniel Schwill today announced the release of=20
Tables – the new spreadsheet for Mac OS X.

Tables enables you to organise and present a lot=20
of data very simply. With Tables you can not only=20
organise data but also calculate and compare=20
them, too. Add, sum or multiply numbers or=20
process data by using different functions. Data=20
can not only represent numbers but a date or an=20
amount, too. Tables offers extensive options to=20
format the data. Format them with currency, an=20
amount, as percentage rate, scientifically or=20
with different dates. Create invoices being=20
optical attractive, lists or reports and even add=20
some photos and PDF documents to present your=20
data with great visual impact.

Tables requires Mac OS X “Panther” version 10.3.9=20
and above and is available for download at=20 Tables offers a free and fully=20
features 30-day trial. A licence can be purchased=20
from the web-site for 39 =A4 (approx. US$49).

Daniel Schwill, located in Castrop-Rauxel,=20
Germany, is a software engineer with more than=20
ten years experience in professional software=20
development. Since 2002, he has been using=20
Objective-C, Cocoa and Mac OS X for his private=20
software development. On April 1, 2006 he founded=20
his own software company in Germany. The first=20
commercial product is Tables – the new=20
spreadsheet for Mac OS X.