thanks for your post, and sorry for the trouble.
From what I can see, you are quite a few Excel features in this table, starting from complex formulas, to conditional formatting, to charts.
Unfortunately, TablePress does not have a corresponding feature for all of them, in particular the conditional formatting and charts (I’m working on those for the future, likely as Premium features).
My recommendation, due to the number of formulas that you are using, would be to try the just-released TablePress 2.0-beta1 version, see https://tablepress.org/8-million-downloads-tablepress-2-0/ , and import the table from an .xlsx file.
That will give you a quick way to see how far you can go with TablePress here.
Thank you @tobiasbg – I guessed it might be slightly outside the out the box features. Do you do any custom work?
no, sorry, at the moment I’m very busy with other business ventures, so that I can’t offer custom development at this time. I’m really sorry.
Ok, thanks for the reply. CN you recommend anyone?
no, sorry again 🙁 I haven’t had the need for custom development so that I don’t have experience here.