Hi Daniel,

I installed the XL Toolbox yesterday, and i really love it! After spending hours looking for a way to generate high resolution images from Excel charts, this seems to be the ultimate solution. Years ago, a used a Corel program called "Photo House 3", which somehow managed to produce really good results from charts copied to the clipboard. I have no idea how it worked, but when you used the paste function, it asked for the desired resolution, and you could simply enter 600 dpi and be happy. However, it was published in 1999, and while it worked fine with Windows XP, I wasn't able to get it working with newer Windows versions. You should be awarded a medal for the "Export for publication" tool!

One problem that hasn't been solved yet as far as I know is the exponential notation. I often use logarithmic scales in my charts, and the scientific notation offered by Excel (1.00E+03) is definitely not what I want. (By the way, where does this notation come from? I can't remember having seen this on a blackboard in maths lessons, so is it a computer scientific rather than a mathematical notation?) Instead, I need a true exponential notation with 10 as the base and a superscripted exponent. The only way I found to achieve this is to replace the axis labels using Photoshop, which is annoying and time-consuming. Do you know a better solution, and could you implement such a function in a future version of your toolbox?

Best regards and greetings from Bremen,

Markus