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How to activate DoneEx XCell Compiler license




DoneEx XCell Compiler is a software that allows you to convert Excel files into executable applications with strong encryption and protection. It also enables you to create trial versions, registration keys, and hardware-locked licenses for your Excel applications. To use DoneEx XCell Compiler, you need to have a valid license key that matches your computer hardware ID.


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In this article, we will show you how to activate DoneEx XCell Compiler license using the following steps:


  • Download and install DoneEx XCell Compiler from [the official website].



  • Run DoneEx XCell Compiler and click on the "About" button in the main window.



  • Copy your computer hardware ID from the "About" window and paste it into an email message.



  • Send the email message to sales@doneex.com with the subject "DoneEx XCell Compiler License Request".



  • Wait for the reply from DoneEx team with your registration key attached as a .reg file.



  • Save the .reg file to your computer and double-click on it to merge it with your Windows registry.



  • Restart DoneEx XCell Compiler and check the "About" window again. You should see your license information displayed there.



Congratulations! You have successfully activated DoneEx XCell Compiler license. You can now use it to compile and protect your Excel files.


If you have any questions or issues regarding DoneEx XCell Compiler, you can contact DoneEx team at support@doneex.com or visit [their website] for more information.


You can also watch [this video] for a visual demonstration of how to activate DoneEx XCell Compiler license.


In this section, we will explain some of the features and benefits of DoneEx XCell Compiler that make it a powerful and reliable tool for Excel developers and users.


Features and benefits of DoneEx XCell Compiler




  • DoneEx XCell Compiler allows you to convert Excel files into standalone applications that can run on any Windows computer without requiring Excel or any other software installed. This way, you can distribute your Excel applications to your customers or users without worrying about compatibility issues or unauthorized access.



  • DoneEx XCell Compiler provides strong encryption and protection for your Excel files, formulas, VBA code, and data. It prevents anyone from viewing or modifying your Excel source code or data, even if they use a hex editor or a decompiler. It also protects your Excel files from viruses, malware, and accidental deletion.



  • DoneEx XCell Compiler enables you to create trial versions, registration keys, and hardware-locked licenses for your Excel applications. You can set various parameters for your trial versions, such as expiration date, number of runs, or usage time. You can also generate registration keys for your customers or users based on their computer hardware ID. This way, you can control the usage and distribution of your Excel applications and prevent piracy.



  • DoneEx XCell Compiler preserves the functionality and appearance of your Excel files in the compiled applications. You can still use all the Excel features, such as formulas, charts, pivot tables, macros, buttons, etc., in the compiled applications. You can also customize the look and feel of your compiled applications by changing the icon, splash screen, title, version, etc.



  • DoneEx XCell Compiler supports all versions of Excel from 2000 to 2023 and all Windows versions from XP to 11. It also supports both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. It is compatible with most of the Excel add-ins and third-party libraries. It has a user-friendly interface and a simple workflow that makes it easy to use for anyone.



These are some of the features and benefits of DoneEx XCell Compiler that make it a valuable tool for Excel developers and users. If you want to learn more about DoneEx XCell Compiler, you can visit [their website] or contact them at support@doneex.com. In this section, we will show you some examples of how to use DoneEx XCell Compiler to compile and protect your Excel files. We will also provide some tips and tricks to optimize your Excel applications and make them more user-friendly and secure.


Examples, tips, and tricks for using DoneEx XCell Compiler




Here are some examples of how to use DoneEx XCell Compiler to compile and protect your Excel files:


Example 1: How to compile a simple Excel file into an executable application. In this example, we have a simple Excel file that calculates the area and perimeter of a rectangle based on the length and width entered by the user. We want to compile this file into an executable application that can run on any Windows computer without requiring Excel installed. To do this, we follow these steps:


  • Open the Excel file in DoneEx XCell Compiler.



  • Click on the "Compile" button in the main window.



  • Select the output folder and file name for the compiled application.



  • Click on the "OK" button to start the compilation process.



  • Wait for the compilation process to finish. You should see a message saying "Compilation completed successfully".



  • Go to the output folder and double-click on the compiled application to run it.




You should see a window that looks exactly like the original Excel file, but with a different icon and title. You can enter the length and width of the rectangle and see the area and perimeter calculated automatically. You can also close the window by clicking on the "X" button in the top right corner.


Example 2: How to encrypt and protect your Excel formulas, VBA code, and data. In this example, we have an Excel file that contains some sensitive information, such as customer names, phone numbers, and email addresses. We also have some formulas and VBA code that perform some calculations and operations on the data. We want to encrypt and protect our Excel file from being viewed or modified by anyone else. To do this, we follow these steps:


  • Open the Excel file in DoneEx XCell Compiler.



  • Click on the "Options" button in the main window.



  • Select the "Protection" tab in the "Options" window.



  • Check the boxes for "Encrypt workbook", "Encrypt formulas", "Encrypt VBA code", and "Encrypt data".



  • Enter a password for each encryption option. Make sure you remember or write down your passwords, as you will need them to open or modify your Excel file later.



  • Click on the "OK" button to save your encryption settings.



  • Click on the "Compile" button in the main window.



  • Select the output folder and file name for the compiled application.



  • Click on the "OK" button to start the compilation process.



  • Wait for the compilation process to finish. You should see a message saying "Compilation completed successfully".



  • Go to the output folder and double-click on the compiled application to run it.




You should see a window that asks you to enter your passwords for each encryption option. If you enter the correct passwords, you will be able to access your Excel file normally. However, if you try to view or modify your Excel source code or data using a hex editor or a decompiler, you will see only encrypted gibberish that cannot be deciphered without your passwords.


Example 3: How to create a trial version, a registration key, and a hardware-locked license for your Excel application. In this example, we have an Excel application that performs some complex calculations and generates some reports based on user input. We want to create a trial version of our Excel application that can be used for 30 days or 10 runs, whichever comes first. We also want to generate a registration key for our customers or users who purchase our Excel application. We also want to lock our license to their computer hardware ID, so that they cannot use our Excel application on any other computer. To do this, we follow these steps:


  • Open the Excel file in DoneEx XCell Compiler.



  • Click on the "Options" button in the main window.



  • Select the "Trial Version" tab in the "Options" window.



  • Check the box for "Create trial version".



  • Select the trial parameters from the drop-down menus. In this case, we select "30 days" for the trial period and "10 runs" for the trial runs.



  • Click on the "OK" button to save your trial settings.



  • Click on the "Compile" button in the main window.



  • Select the output folder and file name for the compiled application.



  • Click on the "OK" button to start the compilation process.



  • Wait for the compilation process to finish. You should see a message saying "Compilation completed successfully".



  • Go to the output folder and double-click on the compiled application to run it.




You should see a window that shows you the remaining trial period and trial runs. You can use your Excel application normally until the trial expires. After that, you will see a window that asks you to enter a registration key to continue using your Excel application. To generate a registration key, you need to follow these steps:


  • Run DoneEx XCell Compiler and click on the "About" button in the main window.



  • Copy your computer hardware ID from the "About" window and paste it into an email message.



  • Send the email message to sales@doneex.com with the subject "DoneEx XCell Compiler Registration Key Request".



  • Wait for the reply from DoneEx team with your registration key attached as a .reg file.



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