Microsoft Excel 2019 for Mac Open License
While almost anyone, if not most people, can benefit from using spreadsheets, charts, and graphs, it would seem that business owners are the ones who seriously benefit the most from using Excel. Excel makes it much easier for you to manage, track, and share any data as well as information that you have.
Students also can use Excel for their presentations, making them more appealing as well as making it easier to understand. Excel has undergone some nice upgrades for the 2019 version, making it much better than ever before.
Control your Data
•Analyze, along with visualizing, your data in new and intuitive ways that give you a fresh user interface plus your favorite keyboard shortcuts.
•Leverage features such as Analysis Toolpak, Slicers, and Formula Builder to save time so that you can focus on insights.
•New charts and graphs are included in Excel 2016 to present your data excitingly and compellingly.
•Utilize sparklines, tables, and graphs to help your work tell a story.
•Excels new tools work with you by suggesting applicable charts or predicting repetitive cell populating with duplicate data.
•Flash Fill is arguably one of the easiest ways to reformat as well as rearrange your data.
•Excel learns along with recognizes your pattern to auto-complete the remaining data, and thus requires no additional formulas or macros.
•Easily share your work with your team to make collaboration even more comfortable than before.
•When you save your workbooks, the new work is saved to SkyDrive or SharePoint by default.
•You can send links to the same file to as many people on your team as you like, which includes their viewing as well as the editing permissions; this way, you can be assured that everyone sees the latest version.
Microsoft has also added new, exciting, and interactive charts to make your displays much more visually appealing and easier to understand. Funnel charts have been added to help show different values through all of the stages throughout a particular process.
Mapping charts are also added so to help show different values all across the world. This new feature is beneficial to someone that is trying to make a presentation and expanding to different countries or new territories. These new charts are simple to use as well as understand.
You can also still use:
Some of these features have gotten easier to set up and may look a little different with the new version. You can also combine different charts, making it into one chart.
The new query editor is easily one of the great new features for those who would like to edit their charts. This editor allows them to change the way their data looks, focusing on what matters the most. You can also repeat the data into new forms and share effortlessly with everyone that you would like.
Whenever you save any chart to Excel, that new chart will then automatically be saved to SharePoint or SkyDrive as well. Once the new chart is saved onto the cloud, you can easily share it with anyone that you would like on your team. You can also send links so that the updated versions will be available as well.
Easily translate any information you may need any language with the new Microsoft Translator. This new feature can help you if you need to create a presentation to someone who may or may not speak the same language as you so well. You can also create the same chart in a variety of different languages for future reference (with this saving SO MUCH TIME).