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  1. Excel for Mac should have the new Stocks functionalty

    It would be great if Excel for Mac (Insiders) is able to have the new Stocks functionality currently used by Excel for PC (Insiders)

    This functonality is described in https://support.office.com/en-us/article/get-a-stock-quote-e5af3212-e024-4d4c-bea0-623cf07fbc54

    In respect of this particular capability, it would bring Excel for Mac more in line with Apple Numbers which currently offers something similar.

    Thank you for considering this addition.

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  2. ExportAsFixedFormat xlTypePDF

    the function ExportAsFixedFormat xlTypePDF does not print images, charts or graphs.

    For example

    Sub PrintReport()
    Dim sPath As String
    sPath = "/path/to/myreport.pdf"
    Sheet1.ExportAsFixedFormat xlTypePDF, sPath
    End Sub

    will produce a PDF file, but if the print range contains images ,graphs, etc. they will be omitted.

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    2 comments  ·  Formulas and Functions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    The IFS function is now available for O365 subscribers with version 16.×. The SWITCH function is also available in version 16.×. To update, go to the Help menu and choose Check for Updates.

    Thanks – Steve K [MS Excel]

  4. Please give Mac users of Office 365 Excel the SWITCH function too

    I have an Office 365 subscription and it's infuriating that the SWITCH command which I can use on my PC will not work on my MacBook version (OF THE SAME SOFTWARE FROM THE SAME SUBSCRIPTION!).....Isn't it time you synchronised all versions of the software to give the same functionality to all users regardless of platform?

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  5. Add recent Excel Windows functions to Mac version

    A bunch of great new functions just went into the Windows version of Excel: https://blogs.office.com/2016/02/23/6-new-excel-functions-that-simplify-your-formula-editing-experience/

    Please add them to the Mac version ASAP!

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    Hi All – with the latest update to Excel for Mac (version 16.x), there are new functions, including IFS and SWITCH, to go along with CONCAT, TEXTJOIN, MAXIFS, and MINIFS. These new functions are available to Office 365 subscribers.

    Thanks – Steve K [MS Excel]

  6. Just click individual cells to sum

    Excel 2011 had the possibility to sum individual cells by typing "=", and then just clicking on individual cells across the workbook that you want to sum, and "return" when done. This functionality is no longer available in Excel 2016 (you have to type "=sum(", then clicking on the individual cells while holding down the command key, "return". I would be happy if the old functionality is brought to Excel 2016.

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    I have great news to share. In the latest Insiders Fast release, we’ve added a preference to enable this feature. If you’re an Insider and you’ve chosen the Fast updates, just install version 16.37 (200413) or greater, then go to Preferences > Edit > and Enable Click to Add Mode. Then you can type = and click cells to create a formula that adds the cells together.

    This feature should be released to everyone in May 2020 (v16.37 or greater). If you’d like to become an Insider, just go to the Help menu, choose Check for Updates, then click Advanced and opt into the Insiders program. Choose the Fast updates.

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