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Microsoft Excel 2019 Open Academic
What is Microsoft Excel 2019?
Microsoft Excel is an application that works based on regular paper spreadsheets. It’s one of the most used software when it comes to computerized spread sheeting, as it offers many capabilities that make life easier when working with data. Similarly to its paper equivalent, data is stored in tables. One table is made of smaller, rectangular boxes called cells, which are organized into rows and columns.
It was realized a long time ago that the original paper spreadsheets aren’t the best solution for accounting, data storage or planning ahead. Data can get mixed up easily, the storage is limited and all calculations have to be done manually. Microsoft Excel is the exact opposite of this.
As of today, Microsoft Excel 2019 can store roughly one million rows and 16.000 columns of data in a single spreadsheet. This allows even the largest of businesses to comfortably work with their data.
What is Microsoft’s Open Academic licensing?
Microsoft offers an Open License for Academic institutions. This is a smart choice as well as great value for the price. Created with smaller education establishments in mind, this license agreement is as flexible as it is affordable. An Open Academic license allows you to save money over retail Microsoft software, but keep the benefits of a volume-based license agreement.
Make good use of the opportunities offered by Microsoft’s Open Academic license. It’s easy to understand and administer, while also meeting the needs of your institution. The transparent licensing program allows you to easily view your purchase history, not leaving any room for doubts about what licenses you own.
Why should I buy Microsoft Excel 2019?
If you’re in need of an application to either help with your finances or boost your business management, Excel 2019 is the perfect candidate. It offers numerous features that are bound to make your life easier. You may carry out almost all distinctive forms of calculations and equations. You can insert diverse graphs and charts to visualize your statistics. On top of it all, you have access to a massive library of native functions that make it viable and fast for you to get things accomplished.
The project document of Excel is known as a workbook. Within a workbook, you can create multiple spreadsheets, also known as worksheets in Excel. You can have different spreadsheets stored in one document. This proves useful when you’re working on a large project. For example, if you need to keep track of customers, finances and materials all at the same time, you can create multiple spreadsheets in one document to make navigating and calculating easier. This reduces the clutter in your files without having to sacrifice accessibility.
Your data itself is saved inside Excel’s worksheets. Small, square boxes called cells make up these worksheets. Cells get sorted into labeled horizontal rows and vertical columns. Each row and column has a representing label – numbers and letters, – which makes navigating through even the largest database easier. These cells adjust automatically after you make a change, and you can mass-edit just about any part of a spreadsheet to speed up your work. Customize your cells by changing their colors, sizes and even the font of the text inside them.
Say goodbye to having to calculate everything yourself and constantly keep your sheets updated as data gets added, removed or changed. With Excel’s native functions, you can automate every part of your spreadsheet. Put more time and energy into other things while Excel takes care of the complex calculations and keeps your spreadsheet up-to-date.
Besides calculations and finances, Excel is incredibly useful for graphing and charting data to help you identify data trends, formatting data or sorting and analyzing data. This makes for a perfect application even if you’re a home user, but still provides great capabilities for businesses.
Additionally, you can enjoy an integrated experience with every other Microsoft Office suite application. Excel works flawlessly with all other products in the Office family, meaning that you can always export or import data with ease. For example, you can use data from Excel in a PowerPoint presentation, or import a chart from Excel into Word to illustrate statistics better. This is a one of a kind experience, as no competing product family is able to pull off the level of integration Microsoft Office provides.
It’s impossible to think of a new Excel release without new functions. Excel 2019 received new, beneficial functions that help you accelerate your work speed and make your experience with the software more pleasant. In total, six new functions have been added to Excel in the 2019 release, however, some of these are only improvements to previously existing functions.
These new functions boost productiveness and make it less difficult and time-consuming to get work done within Excel. Functions make your work faster, even if you’re managing large databases that would otherwise require a lot of time and expert attention.
The new functions include the following:
- • CONCAT: This new function is like the already existing CONCATENATE, but better. To begin with, it is shorter and less difficult to write. Additionally, supports range references, as well as to cellular references.
- • IFS: Are you sick of typing complex, nested IF functions? The IFS function is your answer. Now, conditions are examined in the order which you specify. If this number is exceeded, the end result is returned. You may additionally specify an else “catch-all” if not one of the conditions is met.
- • MAXIFS: This function returns the biggest number in a range that meets one or more than one criterion.
- • MINIFS: This function is just like MAXIFS, however, it returns the smallest number in a range, that meets a single or more than one criterion.
- • SWITCH: This function tries to match an expression you specified against a given list of values. It goes in order, and once it finds the first matching result, it returns that to you. If it can not find any results that match the criteria, the “else” is returned instead.
- • TEXTJOIN: This function works from multiple ranges and combines text from them. Each item is divided by a delimiter that you can specify for the function.
Take advantage of new charts
Two new charts had been brought to Excel, under the names Map charts and Funnel charts.
The Map chart is very self-explanatory, you are able to create a chart that displays categories and volumes all through geographical places. This includes international locations, states, counties, or even postal codes.
The Funnel chart indicates values as the duration of your data progresses. Due to the fact that the values become lower or higher as time passes, the bars of your statistics start to resemble a funnel, which explains the name of this chart type.
Enjoy the improved file tab and templates
Whenever you make a new document, you have the ability to pick from an extensive library of pre-built and installed templates in Excel while also having the ability to create an ordinary blank worksheet to get the job done from scratch.
Templates cover a broad variety of topics and offer unique designs to help you get started on a project much faster. Categories include finance templates, templates for tracking tasks or even planning events. You might even find templates with readily available charts and other elements.
The new File tab additionally offers a “Welcome to Excel” tour for beginners. This allows you to quickly learn your way around the application without having to look up any tutorials online, which are often unreliable and outdated.
Digital ink improvements
Many Office applications have seen improvements to digital inking. A new, fully customizable set of digital pens, pencils, and highlighters help you draw out your ideas or highlight parts of your projects. There’s an Excel-specific feature known as Ink Equation, which allows you to use handwritten math equations and have them implemented in your workbook.
Apply visual effects to your ink and make it either stand out more or make it subtle. Convert your ink drawings into shapes and use an on-hand feature called Ink Replay to rewind and play how your inking was made. This allows you to share the flow and process of inking with others.
Save time with the SmartArt gallery
Excel 2019 introduces a SmartArt feature that gives access to high quality, customizable visual elements to users. These assets now consist of shapes, lists, process charts, cycle charts, and hierarchy charts to show item relations, as well as relationship charts, matrixes, and pyramids.
All of these categories contain numerous SmartArt graphics which you can apply freely in case you need to insert them right from Excel. You’ll never have to download any visual items or create these charts yourself. All SmartArt can be fully customized by means of changing color, applying styles, or changing the orientation of your items. Resizing and dragging the chart or formatting the information inside it allows you to truly incorporate it into your document as well.
More accessible than ever
Excel 2019 introduces a feature to locate accessibility problems within your file. The Accessibility Checker allows you to overview suggestions pointers and enforce them into your document in a single click. It proposes adjustments with the goal of making sure that your work is without difficulty readable and editable for those who may have a hard time perceiving it without additional aid. Even if someone has disabilities that hinder their ability to form a complete appreciation of your work, applying the suggested changes can help them in perceiving your document.
Easier, versatile sharing options
A feature called Shared with Me lets you access every OneDrive file that has been sent to you, without the need to find the actual email message it was attached with.
A highly requested new feature is saving to recent folders, which once accessed, opens up a list of your recently used folders where you can quickly save your document to. In your shared workbooks, you can review and even restore the changes other people have made to the file, allowing you to easily correct or retrieve parts that have been modified.
- • MEMORY: 2GB of RAM with Windows; 4GB with macOS
- • PROCESSOR: 1.6GHz + with Windows; Intel processor for macOS
- • DISPLAY: 1280 x 768 resolution with Windows; 1280 x 800 with macOS
- • OS: Windows 10 for Windows; 1 of 3 most recent versions of macOS
- • BROWSER: New versions of Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, or Firefox
- • A stable internet connection