See above1 vote
We aren’t going to add Ctrl+Shift+S, but you can already use the F12 key to Save As.
A list of all Excel keyboard shortcuts is here: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Excel-keyboard-shortcuts-and-function-keys-1798d9d5-842a-42b8-9c99-9b7213f0040f?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US
Stop making multiple copies of same spreadsheet. This is very confusing, and I end up sometimes entering data on the wrong one.5 votes
Excel doesn’t automatically make copies of spreadsheets except for AutoSave, but that only kicks in if Excel is closed unexpectedly. It sounds like that’s not what is happening though, so it’s more likely that someone is choosing “Save As” to create copies of the workbook.
I’m declining this idea, so you get your votes back.
Bring back solid support for SAVING in dBase (DBF) format. The old DBF save format by Excel failed in many areas. However, following some simple, basic guidelines (e.g. set column width equal to the largest data in that column, set column headers according to simple guidelines, etc.),
I could MANUALLY get it to work well every time. Why Excel could not programmatically do what I could do manually was always beyond me. Even worse, why that TOOK OUT the ability to save in DBF format is a show stopper. :-(1 vote
It is not on our roadmap to support dBase as a primary format.
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