Instructor Josh Rischin presents Office add-ins and how can they be used to bring life to your data.
- [Instructor] Office Add-ins are a wonderful way…to present your data and add value to the look and feel…of your information.…Let's go ahead and create a new blank workbook…by selecting new blank workbook.…Navigate to the insert ribbon…and then select Office Add-ins.…And here, a catalog of Office Add-ins will appear.…Once they've already been added to your profile,…will appear under my add-ins,…and here, if you click on the three dots…next to each of the add-ins,…you can either view the add-in detail,…write and review, or remove it from your profile.…If you now navigate to store,…this will produce a catalog of add-ins…that are available to use.…
If you like, you can select a category…and this will filter on the relevant add-ins…for that category.…You will notice that some add-ins are free.…Once you have found the one that you would like to try,…simply click on add…and that add-in will be added to your profile.…Now there's lots of cool stuff around.…I suggest you take the time to explore the catalog.…You might find something that really enhances your work.…
- 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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