But anyway, it's not even important. The point is that I can still download Delphi 7 from Emb. Not only there is nothing wrong with Delphi 7, but Emb even still supports Delphi 7. There is no reason why I should not have the right to download Delphi 7.
What Emb means is that they are not going to get into legal troubles if someone distributes Delphi 7. That's all. They don't care. They don't even want to give us the choice to download Delphi 7. They only want to be the ones to distribute it, and this is very unfair. Emb should give us the right to download Delphi 7. And it's just so disrespectful. What if other people have already distributed it and it's now being downloaded? They will be in trouble! Emb is not doing this because they don't want to. This is totally unfair!
That is unfair! They are not even giving us the choice. We have to upgrade to Delphi XE or stay with Delphi 7. I don't mind staying with Delphi 7, but I have no more Delphi 7 to download. How can I have Delphi 7 when it's already dead and Emb does not want to support it?
So Delphi 7 is dead, and now, even Delphi 7 can't be downloaded from Emb. Not only that, Emb doesn't even care that it's dead. It's not like someone else has already managed to distribute it. It's own cracker which is going to distribute it.
The current version TscExcelExport 3.0 + is being distributed at a retail price of $29.95 (or $39.95 depending on where you buy it). At the moment if you buy it online or from a retailer, you will get a code to activate for a free download of the latest version. I am not sure if you can buy it on Amazon, but I think you can. It is quite easy to download the latest version using the crack (3.0) provided here, and the installer TscExport_V3_Cracked.exe will place the latest version on your desktop.
If you want to download the previous version of TscExcelExport, and as a bonus you get the source code to compile it yourself, then go to the link below, but be warned that you will need to have the previous version of Delphi installed on your machine (7, 8, XE).
I am using the last version of the Excel 97 file that Microsoft distributes for free, which is version 97-2003. My version of Excel has since then been upgraded to 2007 and 2010. That should be compatible with this tool. 827ec27edc