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Let Excel learn your patterns, organize your data, and save you time. Easily create spreadsheets from templates or on your own and use modern formulas to perform calculations.
Present your data clearly
Visualize data in compelling ways with new charts and graphs, and make it easier to understand using formatting, sparklines, and tables to predict trends.1
Work better together
Share your workbooks and spreadsheets with others and always work on the latest version from the mobile, desktop, or online app for faster collaboration in real time.2
Make analog spreadsheets digital with a camera click
Take a picture of a printed data table with the Excel app on your Android or iPhone device3 and automatically convert the picture into a fully editable table in Excel.
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- Some Excel charts and graphics require a Microsoft 365 subscription.
- The Share page in Excel, with the Invite people option selected.
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