Microsoft Office may get all the press coverage, but when you want to get real work done, you turn your attention to the applications that run alongside it. And if you use spreadsheets or need numbers analysed, that generally means Excel.
Excel 2016 is a software used to collect, calculate, save data and represent numerical data it properly via tables, charts and graphs.
MS Excel has always been more of an office used programme rather than a home based application, Therefore, it was crucial for Microsoft to step up their game and come up with something innovative and useful so as to make this already valuable programme even better.
For thosewho do not know what Excel is, let me start off by giving you a brief intro. MS Excel is a spreadsheet application which has been developed by Microsoft. It enables any user to feed, change and manipulate data and represent it for all kinds of data output.
Excel has rows and columns and intersections of these two which are called cells. You can use MS Excel to handle data arithmetically as well as outputs in the forms of charts or other visual aids.
Using Excel 2016, you can build 3D graphical output display sets which enable you to display data in diagram formations. That being said, MS Excel has a lot of features that are very useful.
Excel already has a ton of great features but not all of them are so obvious, and many of them are even hidden.
Excel is, of course, part of Microsoft’s Office suite of productivity tools. Microsoft sells Office either alone as a sdtandalone or part of the Office 2016 suite.
Microsoft Office 2016 is the next on-premises version including invidual versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Project, Visio, Access, and Publisher.
Office 2016 delivers many useful features across apps to help it's users create amazing content with less time with an array of features across the apps in Windows—like the roaming pencil case, pressure sensitivity, and tilt effects—allowing you to effortlessly create documents.
Office 2016 is a valuable update for customers who aren’t yet accustomed for the cloud.