Microsoft Excel

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Microsoft Excel

(tool)
A spreadsheet program from Microsoft, part of their Microsoft Office suite of productivity tools for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh. Excel is probably the most widely used spreadsheet in the world.

Latest version: Excel 97, as of 1997-01-14.

http://microsoft.com/msexcel/.

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7 or higher and with Microsoft Excel 2003 or later.
Coverage of Excel 2003 will be limited to questions raised by the audience.
During a recent Power Excel seminar for an IMA chapter, one of the audience members wished for a return to the simpler conditional formatting choices available in Excel 2003.
Supported Microsoft Excel document formats include Excel 97 - Excel 2003 (XLS), Excel 2007 - Excel 2010 XML (XLSX), comma-delimited (CSV), and tab-delimited (TXT).
Where necessary, specific instructions are given for both Excel 2003 and Excel 2007.
Excel 2003 users will find the same by right-clicking anywhere near the main menu and placing a check mark next to "Formula Auditing" (for Excel 2007 sec Figure 4 and for Excel 2003 see Figure 5).
The Office File Validation feature described in this advisory applies when opening an Office file using Microsoft Excel 2003, Microsoft PowerPoint 2003, Microsoft Word 2003, Microsoft Publisher 2003, Microsoft Excel 2007, Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, Microsoft Word 2007, or Microsoft Publisher 2007.
It supports Microsoft Windows Vista, XP and Windows 7 operating systems and Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Excel 2003 and 2007 and Google Spreadsheets.
Directions to compute data analyses in Microsoft Excel 2003 and 2007 are included, as Excel is a widely-available software; the material is illustrated in part with Excel screen shots.
With SpreadsheetGear 2009 we have focused on a number of the most frequently requested features including the 93 functions which are in the Excel 2003 Analysis Toolpak bringing the total to 331 supported functions, CSV and text file support, smart auto fill, fast goal seeking, powerful data series, bubble charts, chart axis titles, gradients, rotated text and more," said Terry Erickson, Chief Software Architect, SpreadsheetGear LLC.
Many institutions in the Middle East use Excel 2003 and are at risk of being infected by the Trojan Microsoft has just confirmed that a potentially damaging security vulnerability exists in its popular Excel spreadsheet software.
Alternately, users can run Excel 2003 documents through the Microsoft Office Isolated Conversion Environment (MOICE), a tool the company launched in 2007 that converts those files into the more-secure Office 2007 formats to strip out possible exploit code.