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  1. 195 votes

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    Thank you for the continued interest in this space
    Opening two Excel Sheets is now supported on iPad

    Thanks
    Siddharth [Excel]

  2. 1 vote

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    0 comments  ·  Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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  3. 625 votes

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    Thanks for all the support and comments about this request. We don’t have plans to add this format in the near future, but we’ll keep monitoring the votes as we prioritize this suggestion among other requests.

    There are a few ways that you can enable this already, as mentioned in some of the comments.

    1. Set the style used when you click the comma button.
    – This can be done by modifying the cell style called “Comma”, which is used when you click the comma button. See the screen shot in the comments for details, or look at this article to modify the style – https://support.microsoft.com/office/apply-create-or-remove-a-cell-style-472213bf-66bd-40c8-815c-594f0f90cd22.
    – For existing workbooks, you’d need to set the style in each workbook.
    – To make it the default in new workbooks, you can create a new workbook, make the change to the “Comma” style, and then save the workbook as a template…

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    Here's a screen shot of how to set the cell style called "Comma".

  4. 27 votes

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    Hi,

    While we do not yet support chart editing on the web version of Word, we’re happy to announce that we have released an improved chart editing experience for Excel on the web based on your feedback!

    Once the update reaches you, it can be accessed through the “Format” button, found by right-clicking on a chart or by selecting a chart and navigating to the “Chart” tab that appears in the ribbon at the top of the screen. Thank you for your continued feedback and responses.

    Thanks!
    Auston [MSFT]

  5. 238 votes

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    Hello,

    Thank you for your continued suggestions and votes. We’re currently rolling out a format task pane for charts and are investigating incorporating this feature as we continue to support more formatting capabilities on Excel Web.

    Thanks!
    Auston, [MSFT]

  6. 4,031 votes

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    1026 comments  ·  Excel for Mac » Data Import  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi all! We are happy to let you know that in addition to refreshing your data from supported sources, you can now import data from local files such as Excel workbooks, and Text and CSV files with Power Query in Excel for Mac. This new functionality is available to Beta channel users running version 16.50 (build 21050400) or later.
    You can check out the blog for this new feature here: https://insider.office.com/en-us/blog/import-data-from-local-files-with-power-query-in-excel-for-mac
    For more information about Power Query features that are currently supported in Excel for Mac, please take a look at the following support article: https://support.microsoft.com/office/7b2f337d-e7d2-4fdf-bf00-3dfbb1e5e9c5

    Inbar Privman
    Product Manager, Excel Team

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    @Paul, as mentioned in the blog post this functionality is available in Excel 365 for Mac.

    Guy Hunkin
    - Excel Team

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    @David MC, the goal is to support full query authoring on Mac. As you can understand, this is an expensive project and we adopted a staged delivery plan - we aim to release valuable functionality to the users as soon as we are done with coding and testing. Hope it helps.

    Guy Hunkin
    - Excel Team

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    @Shivam, Power Query can be used to import OData V4. You can do it to day via Excel for Windows or PowerBI Desktop tools. It is not available yet in Excel for Mac. Regarding your second question, the we still don't know when this update will be released to all customer as it really depends on the feedback we'll get.

  7. 24 votes

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    3 comments  ·  Excel for Mac » Macros and Add-ins  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    Please click the Smiley-face button in Excel and submit feedback to Microsoft about this issue. Include your email address in the feedback form so that there's a chance for someone to contact you to find out what's happening. This issue is not expected.

    Thanks - Steve K [MS Excel]

  8. 6 votes

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    This feature has been added and is rolling out to all Office 365 customers.

  9. 2,058 votes

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    Thanks Todd for letting us know - the survey issue is fixed for Qn3.

    Thanks, Urmi [MS XL]

  10. 1,556 votes

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    Thanks very much for your votes. And to those who took the time to fill in the survey, thank you! This is a brief update to let y’all know that we’ve started work on this feature request along with the one on changing numbers to scientific notation.

    - Urmi [Msft]

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    Thanks Brin for letting us know. The survey issue is fixed.

    Thanks, Urmi [MS XL]

  11. 4,328 votes

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    966 comments  ·  Excel for Mac » PivotTables and Power Pivot  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for supporting this suggestion with your votes. It’s unlikely that we’ll be able to bring PowerPivot to Excel for Mac, because it relies on features of the operating system that don’t exist on Mac OS. We’ll keep tracking votes, since we know that the scenarios made possible by PowerPivot are important, even if the solution will need to be something else.

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    Thanks for suggesting and voting for this issue. I changed the title so that it only mentions PowerPivot. It previously mentioned VBA also, but VBA is already available for Excel on Mac.

    Thanks - Steve K [MS Excel]

  12. 326 votes

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    Thanks for supporting this suggestion with your votes. Supporting IP addresses natively is not currently planned but we will continue evaluating it for future investments against other competing requests. Please keep the votes rolling in to help us prioritize in future.

    While not available, potential future support for custom data types might also enable this scenario.

    [Joe Excel]

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    Thanks for the additional info folks. We're doing some thinking on making data easier to handle/work with in general, and will take a deeper look at more out of the box support for this area specifically.

    Thanks,
    John [MS XL]

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    Thanks for the suggestion, and all the suggestions in the comments. Question for folks - if we do IP addresses, are there other datatypes you'd also like to see? Also, are there certain functions you'd like to see go along with this if we add it as a data type? I've seen some asks for functions to make network calls over in the formula/function section, so thought I'd ask here too.

    Best,
    John [MS XL]

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    3 comments  ·  Excel for the web  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Thanks for your feedback! We're reviewing your suggestion. Remember, the more votes a suggestion gets, the more likely it is that we'll do it.

  14. 843 votes

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    Thanks for your support for this suggestion. As some of the comments have concluded, there are a few complex technical issues and considerations that have delayed this from being implemented.

    We do think that this suggestion has merit but we don’t think that we’ll be able to devote time to it in the near future.

    One of the primary reasons for this request was to have a better way to handle formula cells in line charts, and this can be accomplished using the option to show #N/A as an empty cell. You can use the NA() function in your formulas as appropriate, and choose the option to “Show cells with #N/A as an empty cell”. To find the option for your chart, go to the Select Data dialog for the chart, and click the Hidden and Empty Cells button.

    We know there are other scenarios where a proper NULL()…

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    Thanks for your feedback! We're reviewing your suggestion. Remember, the more votes a suggestion gets, the more likely it is that we'll do it.

  15. 364 votes

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    Thanks for your feedback! We're reviewing your suggestion. Remember, the more votes a suggestion gets, the more likely it is that we'll do it.

  16. 340 votes

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  17. 115 votes

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    55 comments  ·  Excel for the web » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you for voting and providing feedback on Excel Web keyboard shortcuts.
    We’ve merged all shortcuts related asks into this one.

    The Excel team recently added a set of Excel shortcuts to the web version. All available shortcuts can be found in the Help tab → Keyboard shortcuts.
    In addition, with the new ability to override browser shortcuts, you can now use even more Excel shortcuts in this version.

    We are still working to address your feedback, and we will appreciate if you can comment here which Excel shortcuts are still missing for you in the web.

    Thank you,
    The Excel team.

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    AdminExcel Team [MSFT] (Product Owner, Office.com) commented  · 

    If you vote for this one, let us know which keyboard shortcuts you'd like us to add!

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