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  1. 9 votes

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    By IBCS, I assume you are referring to “International Business Communication Standards”. Could you provide more detail on what you are specifically looking for? IBCS is pretty broad.

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Creating charts in accordance with international standards of business communication - simple, informative, unambiguously understood, convenient. The ability to create panels from many small graphs with a single click, etc.
    Current visualization is outdated. It is overloaded with settings that you can often not use, having a wide enough set of templates.
    Improove please!

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    It is high time to put order in the work with formulas throughout the program. Why is there still no built-in formula logic analyzer? In addition, it is surprising that there is still no possibility of creating libraries of user functions based on Excel's built-in formulas. Add please.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'm often have to prepare mailings of parts of one file to many users. Since I started using Power Query, I was able to speed up the preparation of data many times. Overboard there is only the division of the table into separate files, for which I now have to use separate add-ins.

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