Boost Add-In for Excel Now Available

We are very excited to announce the launch of the Boost Add-In for Excel. The Boost Add-In, now available for download to Wall Street Prep visitors, is an all-in-one suite of time saving keyboard shortcuts, formatting, and auditing tools designed specifically for people who build financial models in Excel.

Boost is  an up-to-date alternative to Dealmaven’s FastTrack. Key features include:

  • A fully functioning classic 2003 menu (in ’07 and ’10 Excel)
  • Easily understand long formulas with the powerful ‘Precedents’ and ‘Dependents’ Tool
  • Create custom formatting and color cycles
  • Easily assign custom shortcuts to all of Boost’s features
  • Automatically color input, calculation, and reference cells based on custom preferences
  • And much more!

Available Only Through WSP Analytics: To download a free version of Boost, paste into your browser or click on the link below. Currently, Boost is compatible only with Microsoft Excel 2007 and 2010.

One Response to Boost Add-In for Excel Now Available

  1. Dear WSP team,

    I am an absolutely convinced user of your xls Boost-Add-In. I have been using it now for the last year on Excel 2007 and it was extremely handy.

    However, now that I had to change to a new computer with Excel 2010 the add-in does not work anymore. Rather, Excel 2010 constantly crashes when opening, demanding that this add-in causes serious conflicts with Excel.

    Do you possibly have an idea what to do? I have already googled extensively and searched your forum – in vain.

    I would be extremely disappointed if your superb software does not work with xls 2010 anymore. Could you in this case possibly recommend any other software that is comparable to the boost features?

    Thanks a lot for your kind reply!

    Best regards,

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