Apr 02


    SDI is the abbreviation for Single Document Interface. SDI means that each workbook opens in its own window and has its own interface. This provides a lot of useful functionalities.     Conveniences of dual screen with SDI When you work with two monitors in a dual screen setup, showing two workbooks in …

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Dec 17

Major update

Recently Microsoft has announced a new public update to Excel 2013 that includes major stability and usability improvements in Self Service BI scenarios – especially when Power Query, Power Pivot and Power View are involved. For this release we eliminated over 120 bugs, crashes and hangs and introduced two new important usability improvements that aim to …

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May 23

Discontinued features in Excel 2013

In Excel 2013, 13 features have been discontinued or significantly changed. Browser View Options are in a different location Pyramid and cone chart types have changed to column and bar chart shapes Save as Template is no longer on the Chart Tools ribbon The blank workbook on the Start screen isn’t based on Book.xltx. New …

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Dec 14

Power BI with Excel 2013

In this video, look everything you can do with Excel 2013 Every tools used in this video are from the new application Power BI Power Query Power Pivot Power View Power Map

Nov 02

Discover the SDI – Single Document Interface

SDI (Single Document interface) provides a lot of actions that was not possible previously with Excel. In this page, you will find example and a tutorial video to visualize the way to copy or move elements from a workbook, to another one.  

Oct 26

New Excel 2013

This is the new interface of Excel. Pretty cool :) Do you like it ?

Oct 16

New release of Excel

With this new release of Excel, Microsoft has created a lot of impressive tools Recommended Pivot Table For most of us the Pivot table is a complex tool. Now, Excel 2013 summarizes your data with preview of different pivot table. Quick Analysis After the selection of your data, a small icon appears in the bottom-right, …

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