Today IBM announced the new version of IBM Docs including the following enhancements:
- Spreadsheets have improved quality and performance; Hide Sheet, Chart Preview, Cell Content Indent.
- With in the editor experience, users gain improved performance and quality (file fidelity).
- Support for IBM WebSphere® Application Server V8.5.5, IBM DB2® V10.x*, Network File System V4, Apple Safari 7, IBM Connections V5.0.
- Improved scalability for larger environments.
- Provides thumbnail images of OpenOffice and Microsoft Office file types for IBM Connections V5.0 environments.
- Enabled pre-check and sanity check.
- Improved configuration files.
- Added error code handling.
- Improved deployment guide.
- You can hide or unhide a sheet.
- You can preview a chart when you insert it or set the chart properties.
- When you edit a formula cell, all the references (including those that refer to other sheets) in the formula will be highlighted with color. If you input a new range during editing, the new range is highlighted with a new different color.
- When you import files to IBM Docs, indents are preserved and can be displayed more precisely. You can also copy or remove an indent.
- You can copy the content from one cell, select multiple cells, and paste the content into a number of the selected cells. The maximum number of cells you can select is 50,000.
- Range expression and constant array expression are now supported.
- With two new menu items, you can insert a row below the current row, and insert a column after the current column.
- You can insert a new sheet by using the right-click menu on the sheet tab.
- Performance in document format conversion and in the speed of opening .ods and .xls files is improved.
- Cell protection for imported Microsoft Excel or .ods files so you can share and collect information more confidently with editors working in only the cells specified.
- Support for 2-dimensional (2D) constant arrays.
- Added two new shortcut keys for copying and pasting: Ctrl+Insert and Shift+Insert.
- You can resize multiple columns to a uniform width.
System Requirements can be found on the IBM SPCR.