Current Version: 1.0
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1/10/14 - Added special script features: running scripts with no visible Python shell and autolaunching scripts when a spreadsheet is opened.
11/11/13 - Added Cell.df, for writing pandas dataframes directly to Excel.
10/11/13 - UDF's are now disabled by default.
9/30/13 - Added all_cells function.
8/5/13 - lock images function.
8/5/13 - Performance improvements.
5/20/13 - Performance improvements.
4/12/13 - Upgraded to Python 2.7.4. Python window now displays the title of the running script.
3/8/13 - The built-in editor now opens imported scripts automatically.
2/12/13 - Added iPython.
2/8/13 - Added support for column letters in Cell and CellRange creation.
Cell(1, "A") works now).
Updated Cell.clear() to clear a cell, not just set its value to None.
Added cell copying in Cell.copy_from().
1/6/13 - Cell.formula now always returns strings. UDF timeout setting added.
12/12/12 - UDF's support optional arguments.
11/6 - Added cell alignment.
10/16 - Added cell comments.
10/15 - Added support for ActiveState Python.
10/11 - Added support for calling VBA from DataNitro, and DN from VBA.
8/18 - Added support for Python 2.6 and above, including 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2, and 64-bit Python.
8/16 - Added the ability to refresh pivot tables.
8/14 - Added insert row and insert column.
7/23 - Added user defined functions.
7/16 - Added the autofit command.
7/13 - Fixed issues with installation on non-administrator accounts.
7/6 - Empty cells now return None instead of 0.
6/29 - Added the forum.
6/27 - Added support for importing multiple scripts and saving imported scripts
in a spreadsheet. Changed the active cell and active sheet syntax, and added
support for interacting with the visible sheet. Note: The new active
sheet and active cell syntax is not backwards compatible.
Also added a new demo video. The binomial pricing script and spreadsheet from the video are available for download, as is the ystockquote script for pulling data from yahoo finance, originally from http://goldb.org/ystockquote.html.