Microsoft Excel 2019 Open Academic
Control your Data
Analyze and visualize your data in new and intuitive ways with a fresh user interface plus your favorite keyboard shortcuts. Leverage features like Analysis Toolpak, Slicers, and Formula Builder to save time, so you can focus on insights.
New charts and graphs are included with Excel 2016 to present your data in an exciting and compelling way. Utilize sparklines, tables and graphs to help your work tell a story.
Excels new tools work with you to suggest applicable charts or predict repetitive cell populating with duplicate data. Flash Fill is arguably the easiest way to reformat and rearrange your data. Excel learns and recognizes your pattern to auto-complete the remaining data, and requires no additional formulas or macros.
Easily share your work with others to make collaboration even easier than before. When you save your workbooks, they are saved to SkyDrive or SharePoint by default. You are able to send links to the same file to as many people as you like, which includes their viewing and editing permissions; this way, you can be assured that everyone sees the latest version.
What's new in Microsoft Excel 2016
Excel is the world's most widely used and familiar data analysis tool, especially now with the new Power BI and Power BI Desktop to provide business analysts with a powerful portfolio of analytic tools unique in the industry. The software has new and improved business analytics features and makes improvements to the design with analysts in mind.
Microsoft Excel 2016 now comes with built-in functionality that brings ease and speed to getting and transforming your data, allowing you to find and access all the data you need into one place. These new capabilities, previously only available as a separate add-in called Power Query, can be found within Microsoft Excel 2016. Access them from the Get & Transform section on the Data tab.
The Query Editor, which opens when creating a new query or opening an existing one under Get & Transform, provides intuitive data shaping and transformation options, enabling you to prepare a data set with only the information you want to see and in the way you want to see it. Each step you take to transform the data can be repeated and rearranged to help you work faster and more efficiently. When you refresh the data connections, every step you took to transform the data is preserved. And once you have the information prepared, you can share your queries easily with others.
Additional features available under the Get & Transform section include accessing recent sources you've used in previous queries and options to combine queries together. With a premium version* of Excel 2016 and a Power BI license, you can also use search to discover corporate data available to you across your company that is shared in a corporate catalog or even share your own queries with others.
- Microsoft Excel 2019
- Installation Method: Digital Download
- Estimated Delivery Time: 5 - 7 Business Days
- Users Supported: 1 User
- Devices Supported: 1 Device
- Installations Supported: 1 Installation
- License Type: Perpetual
- License Term: Indefinite
- Licensed Use: Licensed for Personal Use
- Brand: Microsoft
- Manufacturer Part Number: 065-08665
- GTIN: 4058154163665
- Platform Supported: Windows
- Operating Systems Supported: Windows 10
- Minimum Hard Drive Space: 2.5 GB
- Minimum Memory: 1 GB (32 Bit) / 2 GB (64 Bit)
- Minimum Processor Speed: 1.0 GHz
The sheer amount of items Microsoft Excel 2019 Open Academic can do for spreadsheet layout is immense. I once used this to figure out an entire month's transactions because how well the formulas work. It can be editable to a very high degree. Plus it can be used to make templates for others in your company/field which is very handy if you have people who've never used it or aren't that experienced at it.
You can pretty much do everything you want with Microsoft Excel 2019 Open Academic. We create customer list, filter them, program using visual basic, have complex sheets linked together in order to simplify data entry process, forms, list management, etc. We use it mostly to keep customer list, mass mailing, complex visual basic, searching in long product list, make inventory and inventory that update itself as we programmed it.
It's powerful, flexible, and intuitive. Even with access to dedicated analytics platforms, much of the work is still done in Excel. Heck, sometimes all of it is. What I especially like is the ability to create rich content, which can be updated easily via VBA and database connections. We use it to determine which products are performing, and where. We also use it to determine what we should be doing in the future, and where to put our marketing dollars.