Learn Excel 2013 – “The Excel App Store”: Podcast #1592 Part V of V
Well… all this week Bill has been reviewing and highlighting some interesting features that are available in Excel 2013: Ease of access to utilities and web services; Ease of use for First Time Excel Users; More developed Pivot Tables and Data Manipulation; Changes in Notifications and Message Box dialog…and now Apps. Follow Bill in Episode #1592 as he demonstrates the ability to reach outside of your office to get stuff on the internet including Apps Designed for use in Excel 2013! This is a great feature to see!
This Concludes Bill’s first set of Review Podcasts for Excel 2013, but there will be more in the near future detailing even more exciting features and abilities in the New Excel as well as more in-depth looks at single features new or improved for Excel 2013!
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