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Isaac Demme

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  1. 120 votes
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    Good idea. We are definitely considering chart conditional formatting for a future release. Please continue to vote on it.

    However, could you further elaborate on what you mean by “the value or content of the data labels”? Is the following scenario what you are looking for?

    Scenario
    Create a column chart that shows sales for various stores. (Sales on Y axis, Stores on X Axis.) Use color to represent the profitability of each store. Profit is a numerical value. (Bars in the chart show a gradient fill from green to red where green is high profit and red is low profit.)

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

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  2. 89 votes
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  3. 122 votes
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    Good suggestion Frederic – thanks for taking the time to post it. We’ll take a look at the F4 loop and including other functionality like this as soon as we can. We’ll be spending more time on the things with more votes – so folks that really want to see this should keep voting it up.

    Best,
    John [MS XL]

    Isaac Demme commented  · 

    To clarify my vote: I really don't care much about the F4 shortcut but I very much need the ability to use both fixed and relative references within the table[column] references.
    Currently I end up using INDIRECT("table[reference]") whenever I want a fixed reference, which can cause problems later, e.g. when table/column/row names are changed.

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  4. 143 votes
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    Hi all,

    Yes, we’re considering providing R integration with Excel in the future, the number of votes on this item helps us gauge overall community interest in this, so please pull in others if you think they’d like this as well.

    regards
    ash [MS XL]

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  5. 518 votes
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    Hi all,

    I’m happy to announce that your input has had another direct impact on the product. In this case, a decision has been made to have Power Pivot be available in all Windows editions (“SKUs”) of Excel! This means the Business, Home, Standard, etc.. all of these will have Power Pivot. As your comments have indicated, Power Pivot has moved from targeting a specialized audience to generally useful capability for working with data in spreadsheets. As such, it makes sense to make this as broadly available as possible.

    We have started rolling this change out with the April Current Channel updates (Builds 9330 and beyond). I’m also happy to announce that these SKU changes will be reflected on the upcoming 2019 version as well.

    Thank you for pushing for this!

    Ashvini Sharma
    PM Manager
    Excel

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  6. 612 votes
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    Great suggestion – thanks again for taking the time to put it on this site and for the thoughtful followup comments. This is pretty related to some other work we’ve got going and already has a fair number of votes, so we’ll work on getting plans in place now and hope to get started on this soon.

    Thanks,
    John [MS XL]

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