Chat Support here. Bluestack Latest Version on this page. There is also a new feature called Flash Fill, which will help put badly formatted data into something comprehensible. Information will be sorted into the appropriate columns for you. This takes so much work out of manually organizing your data that Flash Fill may be the killer feature for those deciding whether to use Excel 2013. One big improvement in Excel 2013 is how organic it feels. There are little, quick animations that, helping to make the program feel less clinical.
Excel is a commercial spreadsheet application produced and distributed by Microsoft for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. It features the ability to perform basic calculations, use graphing tools, create pivot tables and create macros.
The animations aren't distracting and help guide your focus to what Excel is currently doing. Smarter and more User Friendly The ribbon interface stays but has been tweaked to be more usable. Icons are different colors and grouped nicely.
Excel 2013 introduced a new feature where you could pull in pictures from the web from services linked to your Microsoft account. Setting up Excel 2013 is automatic as it'll pull information from your account. While Excel 2013 still has an intimidating amount of features, it has become smarter, making it easier to work with data. Microsoft has done an outstanding job with Excel 2013 and anyone who uses Excel on a daily basis should consider it a recommendable option.
Excellent for uncharted territory The biggest new feature of Microsoft Excel 2016 is that it automatically suggests graphs and charts that are appropriate for the data you're processing. This turns ordinary spreadsheets or humdrum layouts of data into something that can be easily added into a PowerPoint presentation or shown on its own. The feature works very well. Incidentally, so does the rest of the software: it highlights trends in your data upon request, and like the rest of Office 2016, it provides real-time collaboration via Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage.