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    1 comment  ·  Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    SC commented  · 

    It's already doable, yes, but it's nowhere close to being obvious!

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    SC commented  · 

    Personally I'd rather Microsoft killed PowerShell and switched to bash instead.

    I've spent a lot of time working with PowerShell and I'm afraid the only good thing about it for me is that I don't have to work with it any more.

    A proper .Net language such as C# or VB would be much better.

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    There WAS an option in Excel 2013, and it was very useful. Now - especially with the strange decision to share undo history among all workbooks open in the same instance - its an absolute nightmare. There's a poor workaround in another thread that really isn't acceptable if you need to open something from Excel or Explorer. We really do need this option back.

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    Thanks again for all the passion on this issue – we hear you and we’ll get someone on the team to dig in to the issue. I’ve seen a few related sub-issues while scanning over the comment section for this one, so we may reach out to a few of you for clarifications. Thanks again for all the votes, and keep them coming for the issues you care about!

    John, Excel

    SC commented  · 

    This is absolutely a necessity. The number of times I've been working on two sheets, and had to undo in one but not the other is legion. Especially the fact that save WIPES OUT THE UNDO HISTORY - whoever thought that nonsense was a good idea?

    Seriously, we need a separate undo per workbook, which isn't wiped out when you save.

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    SC commented  · 

    This was asked for for Office for Mac and has been completed - can we have for Windows as well please?

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    SC commented  · 

    Personally, I'd like to be able to set up Excel to use F3 as "repeat find". Nearly all other applications do this, I don't understand the strange thinking that the MS Office team has that they know the "right way" to do everything and everyone else is wrong...

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    18 comments  ·  Excel for Mac » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    This is one of my pet hates too, and it's one of the reasons I use Libre Office whenever possible instead.

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    1 comment  ·  Excel for Mac » Application Errors  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    SC commented  · 

    Actually, it would be amazingly handy if this were a sheet-level option that we could turn on and off for a particular sheet.

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