Instructor Josh Rischin outlines how to ensure that a spreadsheet can continue to seamlessly used in both Excel Online and Excel desktop.
- [Instructor] Once a file has been opened…and closed in Excel Online,…it is available to use in both Excel Online…and Excel Desktop.…The best way to manage a seamless integration…between the two is to try and make all changes…in Excel Online.…If you'd like to follow along,…open up Excel Simple Chart.…Let's make a simple change to this starter set,…by highlighting the header row,…and changing the text from black to red.…Now that was easy,…however, not making every feature change,…such as changing chart styles,…available in Excel Online,…so let's go ahead and edit this file in Excel.…
Now rather than making too many changes at once,…let's just make one or two at a time.…In this case I'm going to change the chart style…by selecting the chart and then selecting design…and I'm just going to change it to this one here…that has a great background.…To close the file, simply click on the cross…in the top right of the screen.…And then select Resume Editing here…and this opens the file, once more, in Excel Online.…As you can see, the change that we made…
- Creating and editing workbooks
- Integrating the desktop version of Excel
- Sharing workbooks and assigning access privileges
- Creating charts
- Designing forms and surveys
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting to Know Excel Online
2. Working Seamlessly with Excel Online and Excel Desktop
3. Collaborating with Excel Online
4. Charting in Excel Online
5. Creating Forms with Excel Online
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