Microsoft Excel is widely used tool in offices, corp orates, school, colleges every where. There is no wonder if I say many jobs are based on excel work. It has that much power and can calculate from small calculations to business profits. Though there are many other alternatives to MS Excel it stood first in the race in support from the gaint Microsoft. Every version of excel prooved its excellence in making tasks easier and in better presentation. Now it is the time for Microsoft Excel 2013 a revamped version with better look and feel compared to Microsoft excel 2007 and with better features. Let us have a look and features of Microsoft Excel 2013
Microsoft Excel 2013 Features
Quick Analysis Tool:
This is just awesome and can use like a sword if you are gem in Excel. This tool is been observed when you select particular data and want to perform some operations on it. It suggests you what you want to do with this data.
Quick Analysis, meanwhile, makes makes it easier to turn rows and columns of figures in to charts, pivot tables and so on. Simply select a range of data, hit the Quick Analysis icon that appears below and to the right of it, and up pops a box giving access to all manner of formatting options.
A nice tool for the people who primarily works on charts in Excel. If you are likely to edit the chart in the Excel document, this tool makes the task easier. You can preview all the designs and checkboxes add and remove the block of data easily.
This is one good option introduced in Microsoft Excel 2013 where you can slice the data according to time. This organizes the data present with respect to date, by which you can jump to the required month and see the relative differences.
This extra ordinary feature helps you to auto complete the operations on the remaining data when it recognizes the pattern you perform on the initial block of data.
If you’ve pasted a list of content in from another source, and if you want to split fields apart to deal with data independently then this tool simplifies your work. Simply type your intended target text in the next field, hit the Flash Fill button on the Data Ribbon, and Excel will complete the job for you