The user name should be removed from Office apps title bar for security reasons
Say you work while traveling on a train. Someone wants to know who you are for whatever reasons. If your name is in the title bar of an application or the user name on the logon screen, giving away your credentials that easily... User credentials should not be disclosed in title bar of office applications and there is really NO sensible reason to show them on the title bar. Fancy true, safe nope. Remove it.
Luli Viray, that is already an option. Change the format of the cell to "number", and then go into "More Number Formats" under the number formats drop down. (If you can't find this box, it is under the Home Tab, in the Number Section, and the default format for each cell is General. Click that drop down to change it to a number.)
Also, if you have suggestions for new features, please make you own post. Right now you are commenting on a different post that is unrelated to your suggestion.
Hope this helps!
luli viray commented
Please provide a parenthesis on numbers with negative values
Just stumbled upon some video you youtube with guy showing something in Excel. And guess what? He put this blue rectangle to hide his account information!
It should be removed from right corner completely and only located in FILE->ACCOUNT with 1 more protection level: to see email address and 1st name/2nd name you have to click on it and then it will be shown, this way it's possible to prevent cases when you accidentally entered FILE-ACCOUNT screen.
Absolutely agree. I often share my screen to a random people in order to show how to perform various actions in Excel and i absolutely don't want them to see my user name, email and so on.
Kenneth Barber commented
I'd argue that you should never work in an area where people can see your screen. Even if they can't see your user name, they can see your work, which is probably confidential, and from the point of view of the company that you are working for, they would rather have strangers know your name than peek at your work.