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Excel 2010

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP

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  • Microsoft Excel 2010 makes it possible to analyze, manage, and share information in more ways than ever before, helping you make better, smarter decisions
  • Highlight data trends by creating data charts in a single cell with new Sparklines
  • Find the right data quickly with new filter enhancement in PivotTable views
  • Analyze data quickly--highlight specific data with new and improved Conditional Formatting options
  • Display data in a dynamic and interactive way with PivotChart views
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  • Platform:   Windows Vista / 7 / XP
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Excel is Great, but is this a giant leap forward? No. Sept. 23 2010
By J. Knapp - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought it for the "sparklines" feature and was really shocked at how useless they were. There is only one way to use them, they lack any flexibility, and are like a jpeg, not a chart.

Besides that, there isn't much new. I bought it because they said it fixed the bugs with VBA script and charting. Believe me, nothing has changed.

Our business is going to freeware because the amount you have to pay for MS applications and the increasing lack of support for their products (not having a help file? Puulllleeeeaaase!!)lend me to want to go that way, even though I know I would have to have MS for some things.

I'm tired of having to buy "Bibles" to figure out MS products, and then really having to do it myself in the end. I learn more on the internet than I do from MS, or Bibles.

Buy it if you have to have the latest or greatest, but it's not much of an improvement over 2007 and it has even more compatability issues.
24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
give me the old version please. Nov. 30 2011
By codyaya - Published on Amazon.com
I've been using Excel for roughly 20 years. When I got my new PC with Windows 7, this version of Excel was loaded. At first, it seems this version has more features, which is fine. But when it comes to actually USING this software, get ready to fume. What used to take 2 steps now takes about 10. It's SO un-user-friendly compared to the older, XP, version that I'm about to just junk it.

Poor job Excel. You took a simplistic, easy to use program and turned it into a confusing mess.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Stop IMPROVING it! Aug. 24 2012
By J. Donlan - Published on Amazon.com
How MS takes a functioning product and enhances it to uselessness is amazing. Admittedly, I'm and old dog. Not so old as to use the Lotus 123 "/" shortcuts, but old enough to expect a bit of comfort and familiarity in what I work with. We've had Excel 2010 installed for 2 months now.

To the Gripes:
(1) Real error: Why can't I paste anymore? I've seen other users post the same messages I'm getting - something about the format size being different from the copied cells. Hey! It used to work but now we have to paste cells twice???
(2) The Ribbon: yes, I hate the ribbon but am getting used to it. Yes, all my co-workers also had to waste time finding all the pretty little icons hidden in places no normal person would search in. It's like they dumbed down the system so that the slowest person could use the software while they took away all the ways of doing tasks those of us who do stuff were comfortable with.
(3) Simple one-click tasks now require three or four clicks. Try turning on freeze panes or sorting A-to-Z. Ugg - this is a constant reminder of the change forced on us in an effort to operate for the slowest user. I feel like I'm doing my work with chopsticks.
(4) Slower. After `upgrading' to Excel 2010 hitting the key sequence [alt] "f" "s" to save the file no longer works but types `fs' in the cell.

Some features I find actually useful yet have been offered in competing software for years:
(A) Color selection - yes, we finally have greater than 16 colors to choose from.
(B) An icon to set the margins wide. I've come around to like this one.

MS Excel is the juggernaut of spreadsheet software. The only reason we've had to purchase it along with Office for $450 per user is that there are no viable alternatives at this time. Good luck on the next version, but please stop IMPROVING it!

The office productivity market may catch up to the trend:
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Overpriced Aug. 30 2012
By Michael L. Wolff - Published on Amazon.com
You can buy this same version at Fry's for about $99. Too bad Amazon has made a special deal with Microsoft to keep the price higher than the competition. Makes you wonder what Amazon is thinking. I am liking Microsoft less and less every year. It is really unfortunate because for years, I have been a big fan. Somehow, they have lost sight of their users and have decided to focus on catering to the corporations. Microsoft products continue to become clunkier and clunkier and more expensive. Give them a few years and they will go the way of JC Penny or Lehman Brothers.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
They forced me into the 2010 version! March 6 2012
By voption - Published on Amazon.com
After taking 6 years to semi-master Excel 2003, my XP-Pro machine died & Mr. Gates "forced" me into up-dating to Excel 2010. If you need more than one Office component---seriously consider buying the Office Suite instead of the individual Programs. MS will essentially force-you, via "bundling" to buy Programs you may not want, need, or ever use, however, the bundled-price of the Officfe Suite is a better deal, over-all. For those of us "trained" on Ofice 2003, you will find many features identical & easy to use. You will, however, need "practice" on running Excel 2010--many useful features are hard-to-locate or have been combined with other features/preferences. (or just eliminated) If you want to bail on MS completely?--I strongly suggest OpenOffice aka LibreOffice. The time it takes to get-up-to-speed is similar...without the price of entry, in-play.