Excel

Microsoft BI Solution Builder: Learn how familiar tools like Excel fit within your organization’s BI strategy

Better business intelligence and insight can make the difference between a business surviving and thriving. Microsoft aims to make business intelligence (BI) more accessible to everyone across an organization, in part by providing BI capabilities in familiar tools such as Excel to empower more users to build and consume rich BI solutions as part of their everyday work. If you’re interested in how Excel’s BI capabilities could fit within your…

Excel

Open Excel workbooks in separate windows and view them side by side

“How do I open my workbooks in separate windows?” This has been a common inquiry from many of our customers who want to look at their workbooks side by side, or spread them across more than one monitor. Good news: starting with Excel 2013, each of your workbooks opens in its own window, similar to Word and PowerPoint today. That means that each workbook has its own ribbon and top-level…

News

Download our free Office 2013 Quick Start Guides

Thinking about making the change to Office 2013? Changes bring exciting new features, but new versions of your favorite software can take a bit of getting used to. To help ease the transition, we’ve put together nine handy Quick Start Guides that introduce you to the newest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access, Project, and Visio. Read on to learn how to download the guides and…

Office 365

Why sign in? Your files are always waiting for you with Office 365

Signing in to Office 365 Home Premium unlocks a world of new functionality between Office and the cloud. Whether you’re using a phone, PC, or tablet, you can be at home, school, work, or on the bus and your files and applications are there wherever you are. Learn how we’ve connected Office to the cloud to make anywhere, anytime productivity possible and see how subscription and sign-in are how we…

Access

Visualize your Access 2013 web app data in Excel

After you start organizing your data with Access 2013 web apps, you may find yourself wishing to visualize or summarize it. For example, imagine you are tracking your deal pipeline in Access, including when you expect to get paid and how much. Wouldn’t it be great if you could make a visual graph of these projections to help you make decisions? Read more to learn how you can do just…