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10 Tips to give life to your ideas with Excel 2010
We invite you to continue discovering how to convert your old and boring presentations into documents that give life to your ideas With Microsoft Excel 2010 analyze, manage and share information in more ways than ever before, allowing you to make decisions more intelligently. New analysis and visualization tools help you track, highlight data trends and keep all your information in order:
1. Create graphs of data in a single cell.
With this new feature in Excel 2010, you can create small graphics, useful to detect patterns in your data and highlight trends significant increases and decreases, allowing you to save valuable time.
2. Improved filters.
Excel 2010 has major improvements in filtering and segmenting data that provides an improved visualization of dynamic graphics and tables allowing you to filter data in a way that shows exactly what you need, so you can spend less time searching and more time analyzing.
3. Analyze and graph data efficiently.
The PowerPivot for Excel 2010 plug-in (download it for free here), a data analysis tool that delivers unmatched computational power directly within the software users already know and love—Microsoft Excel. With this add-in to Excel, you can transform mass quantities of data with significant speed into meaningful information to get the answers you need. You can easily share your findings with others.
4. Connected anywhere.
Publish your spreadsheets online, get access or modify them from any computer and/or telephone with Windows. With Excel 2010, you can enjoy a unique experience in different locations and devices, either with Microsoft Excel Web Apps, which allows you to edit documents in a web browser or Microsoft Excel Mobile 2010. No more worries about last-minute changes.
5. Working as a team.
With the co-authored Microsoft Excel Web App, edit the same spreadsheet with other users at the same time, from anywhere in the world. In addition, you will see changes made by others as they do. Say goodbye to time lost reviewing documents.
6. Sophisticated presentations.
Convert boring data series into something beautiful. With new conditional formatting in Excel 2010, gain more control over icons, styles and improved data bars, highlight specific aspects with a few clicks, shows data bars, and provide a visual touch to your Excel presentations.
7. Dynamic and interactive graphics.
Create stunning visualizations with only a few clicks. With improved dynamic graphics, quickly collect information with the ability to see different views of the data directly in the graphic, regardless of the dynamic table view so you can capture the most appealing image of your numbers. Give colour to your presentations.
8. Performs tasks quickly and easily.
The new Microsoft Office Backstage view replaces the file menu to allow you to save, share, print and publish your spreadsheets more quickly and easily. You can customize the Microsoft Office Backstage view by adding your favorite commands to suit your working style.
9. Create larger and complex spreadsheets.
For advanced users and analysts with the new version of 64 bit Excel 2010, analyzing large amounts of information is easier than ever, no matter how complex the data now that the 2GB limitation has been removed. No doubt good news for those who fall asleep counting tables of data rather than sheep.
10. Publish and share.
Integrating SharePoint Server 2010 and Excel Services allows professional users to share analysis and results with the entire organization by publishing spreadsheets on the Web. Create a panel of business intelligence and share confidential information with colleagues, customers and business partners in a secure environment. With Excel 2010 produce financial reports or administer your personal expenses, get maximum efficiency and flexibility to achieve your goals and give life to your ideas.
To learn more about Office 2010 visit: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/
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