450 votes64 comments · Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Tables, Sorting and Filtering · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
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Please do not propose macros as an acceptable solution for this. Macros are an overly complicated solution for this scenario and moreover macros are not supported in most Excel clients.
Also, buttons in a spreadsheet are aesthetically displeasing (aka fugly).
This is by far my #1 ask for future versions of Excel. I've already commented on https://excel.uservoice.com/forums/304921-excel-for-windows-desktop-application/suggestions/11561115-allow-inserting-and-deleting-structured-table-rows (which other people have already posted a link to) but no harm in having my two-penneth worth here.
I simply can't believe this feature doesn't exist. Its a really glaring omission and I'm really hoping it gets fixed sooner rather than later.
Stunned that this only had 3 votes before I got here. Surely there are more people that get hit by this?
VBA simply is not a solution in this day and age which are only supported on Windows desktop. This is a cross-platform world (Mac, iOS, Android, web) and hence VBA is a non-starter as far as I'm concerned.
347 votes60 comments · Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Opening and Saving Files · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Disagree. Having Autosave=on should be the default. If you don't like it, change it.
YES!!! its so annoying without this. I can't figure out a way to add new rows to a table using Excel Online. In order to do that I need to open in desktop Excel.
(I accept that you probably do this because you need to give people reasons to purchase a more fully featured version of Excel, but I am using Excel Online as part of an Enterprise subscription to Office 365, so I *am* paying for it.)