The ability to rotate text in a cell to varying degrees (at least 90) which is available in pc excel via edit cells - format -,rotate text....should be included ASAP. This feature used primarily in the header cells of a column where the filtered cells would be of limited width (I.e. 1 digit...or an “X”) allowing greatly increased utilization of limited viewing real estate.
Ironically, Google Sheets has even included this feature at this point (formulas were once required)...despite the app being barren in terms of features compared to xls in general.
Please add this staple functionality.28 votes
Vertical Tex option in Excel IOS is obbligatory. Needs immediate upgrade. Embarrasing for Microsoft that Excel for iPad is still elementary3 votes
Include all the destop features. Such as to able to format graphs such as changing the range of the axis.
Include all the destop features. Such as to able to format graphs such as changing the range of the axis.3 votes
On the desktop version, once you pick a color for cell filling, it retains that color until you change it. Why do we have to continually pick the color on the iPad version instead of it retaining and a drop-down being available to change it (similar to Windows)?2 votes
It will be extremely useful to be able to create in-cell dropdown menu on the MS excel app on ipad. I have to go back to my laptop computer everytime I do this and it is not nice23 votes
Het. Kunne dere lagt til formelustskrift på iPad? Det ville gjort lekser mye lettere :D Tusen takk1 vote
Add standard excel feature ( edit cell - format - rotate text ) to any degree, or at a minimum 90 degrees or multiples of 45 degrees. This feature is becoming ubiquitous, even finding inclusion in functionally inferior products (I.e. google sheets)..due to its extreme usefulness in formatting (column headers to enable thin columns where filtered cells contain 1/few characters). This allows for maximization of coveted screen real-estate...which is of even greater premium in a mobile application where users have but one, smaller, screen with which to analyze data.9 votes
Great suggestion, this is definitely something we’ve been thinking about. We’ll consider it along with all the other ideas here and prioritize it according to the votes – so please keep voting if you want to see the priority raised!
John [MS XL]
When are Form Controls going to be available on iOS devices? The number 1 tablet on the market and Form Controls don't work on it. This is 2018, what is your excuse for this not working?7 votes
Currently it’s not possible to print grid lines in the Excel spreadsheet. This can be a vital, particularly when the cells are very full.
Please develop an option to print grid lines with the spreadsheet.8 votes
Need FORMAT-to-PRINT Features (e.g.: Print to PDF to share as standalone or embed into larger visual or old-fashioned Printing)
FORMAT-to-PRINT Features to enhance both DIGITAL spreadsheet viewing (working in a document ourselves, embedding it into a larger file/other programs, presentations, etc) and also to allow HARD-COPY (Yes, the tree-killing type of printing, only when necessary). These help create better documents and easier sharing spreadsheet work in Excel or as a PDF, etc... Formatting items like these below make interpretation easy and enhances file sharing so that the senders and receivers can see the framework of the document, allowing them to spend less time figuring out what they are looking at, how long it is, what page they are on, when it was done, even who sent it, and so on.
Even if allowing truly “custom” margins is too difficult a feature to add to mobile, surely you could allow users to modify from the Standard default margin width and choose: Narrow or Wide.
•HEADERS & FOOTERS:
w/popular options, like: Page #, Current Page#/Total Page#, Auto-Date, User-Added Text, File Creator, Tab Name, Spreadsheet Name, etc...
•COLUMN/ROW POSITION @PRINT:
Although, as stated below under “Print Preview”, there is some functionality for this request, but it too is insufficient for ideal usage and unecesaarily confusing. Users often want to set and retain these settings whilst finalizing a spreadsheet; it helps the file creator ensure the document is viewable as intended and will be best received and interpreted with others. Setting these should be possible within the creation of the spreadsheet - not just when actually printing the document (or print to PDF, etc). These should accompany the easy ability to chk “Print Preview” while working in the file - and most importantly the settings should be retained, not only appear (and require re-setting) during the printing process:
->PORTRAIT or LANDSCAPE.
->FITTABILITY (e.g.: scaling, or fit all columns to page, fit all rows to page, etc...)
->PRINT GRIDELINES (borders can be set within the working document, but it would be heldpul if this feature was available - much easier and faster when the document knows what cells to extend gridelines to automatically. It can help viewing as working document - and they will be present if set whenever printed.
->PRINT TITLE COLUMNS/ROWS-with freezing already a feature, just as long as this functionality is retained and displays when printed if the document has multiple pages in any direction.
I have been using Excel on my iPhone a while, but sporadically and don’t believe this feature exists, unless actually starting to print it out where it shows at least part of a page. If all pages can be scrolled through mid-print to view, it still is insufficient. To be useful, we need to add formatting to print featrues and be able to test-view them easily, instead of only viewing amidst a few step print job.
I’m sure I’m forgetting something useful here, but realize my request list (and wordy rationals) are beyond where any normal reader would make it🤗. The secret word is “Kangaroo” if someone read this far down. If an MS Dev made it this far, then this 🍺drink’s on me:)
FORMAT-to-PRINT Features to enhance both DIGITAL spreadsheet viewing (working in a document ourselves, embedding it into a larger file/other programs, presentations, etc) and also to allow HARD-COPY (Yes, the tree-killing type of printing, only when necessary). These help create better documents and easier sharing spreadsheet work in Excel or as a PDF, etc... Formatting items like these below make interpretation easy and enhances file sharing so that the senders and receivers can see the framework of the document, allowing them to spend less time figuring out what they are looking at, how long it is, what page they are on,…2 votes
Presently, I can find pre-defined text formats only.
Please add the capability to create and edit user-defined text formats.1 vote
Currently on iOS app, date input format for Thailand region (as in iOS device setting) is set to be US-like (12/31/2016 for 31 December 2018). However, most Thai are more familiar with UK-like input (31/12/2018 for 31 December 2018)
I wonder if this could be change.1 vote
Add footers and the ability to print worksheet names in footer.4 votes
I would really like to see conditional formatting available on my iPhone.19 votes
I would like in Excel for iPad formatting transferred (similar to the "brush" function in Excel for Windows).4 votes
The iPad version of Excel only allows for a single color cell fill, unlike the PC version which allows dual-colors with various affects. A dual-color cell fill (or at least display from a dual-color cell PC file) would be helpful.2 votes
I have a spreadsheet which I set up in Office using some Conditional Formatting relating to the date today. I had used a custom setting which when viewed on Office 365 on iPad displayed perfectly. After the latest excel update on iPad the custom setting no longer works. When I changed the setting to one of the defaults it worked perfectly again. So there seems to be a problem after the latest update.13 votes
The ability to create custom toolbars of any size or orientation, and position them on the screen in a way that best fits the workflow was a brilliant feature that was killed by the ribbon. If Microsoft won't bring back custom toolbars, then at the very least the ribbon should be customizable.3 votes
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