QuSheet is a tool you will use to send or publish non-trivial information to a client in a way which will make it easiest for them to understand (and hence cut down the number of questions they come back to you with). QuSheet takes your data tables from, say, Excel, or a database, or simply input directly into the tool itself, and then slices, dices, calculates and formats it into an HTML document (i.e. one which you can view with a Browser). This document, which you design yourself, shows your information as a series of clauses and clauses within clauses in such a way that the viewer can select the details that they want to see. Where you have made calculations QuSheet can automatically set up the results to show progressively greater levels of detail in the calculation that was made. For example, you could send a performance report showing activities by geography and business-type, sorted according to success rate, and with summaries drilling down into sub-summaries and eventually individual performances. Or you could publish a conference schedule showing lectures by venue and stream, where the viewer could drill down into greater detail about the lecture or the lecturer in just those areas they're interested in. Or a straight technical report such as an analysis of some civil engineering project where you want your viewer to be able to see exactly how the calculations have been made should he wish to do so. And so on. More examples are on the web-site with some presentations showing you how QuSheet works. Over 3 years in development, QuSheet's sophisticated Windows front-end user-interface leverages a powerful rules-based back-end process to deliver an application which packs a lot of punch for your money. The combination of information organisation, calculation and result-formatting is unique, requiring a lot of heavy processing which only QuSheet has been written to provide. Please navigate to the web site and take a look for yourself.