The ribbon is awful and requires a bunch of re-learning every time we upgrade versions. I want the menus from excel 97-2003 back, if only as an option for "power users"2 votes
The ribbon is a cross-Office, cross-Microsoft, and now cross-industry paradigm for UI. At this point we will not be switching out the ribbon in Excel for menus/toolbars.
Can I get the time for which an excel sheet has been kept opened and has had activtity in it (and not justleft open)?
I want to document how much time I have spent working on an excel sheet.1 vote
There is no good way for us to know (with certainty) when a user is actively working in a workbook vs. just has left Excel open. As such, we are unlikely to do this feature, as it would be “wrong” at least as often (probably moreso) than it would be “right.” As an example – a user could be reading or transcribing numbers from an open sheet – so it would look to Excel like there was no activity, but if you asked the user, they would say “of course I was using Excel.”
Formula accuracy degrades when referencing letters. When a formula reference several columns (say A through D:D) the formula breaks consistency in different places once in the double letters or further. I believe due to faults in text search ability.1 vote
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