Excel 2013

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Excel 2013

Excel 2013 is rated3.4737 out of5 by19.
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Excel 2013 lets you get away from walls of numbers so you can make better data decisions.

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Excel 2013 lets you get away from walls of numbers so you can make better data decisions.




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Get out from under a wall of numbers

Excel 2013 has a brand new look and new features that let you get away from walls of numbers and make better business decisions.

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Reveal the insights hidden in your data

Flash Fill. Easily reformat and rearrange your data to gain new insight. Excel learns and recognizes your pattern and auto-completes the remaining data for you. No formulas or macros required.

Recommended Pivot Table. Perform complex analyses quickly. Excel summarizes your data with previews of various pivot-table options, so you can compare them and select the option that tells your story best.

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Visualize your data to understand it better

Quick Analysis. Discover and compare different ways to represent your data visually. When you see the one that shows off your data best, apply formatting, sparklines, charts, and tables with a single click.

Chart Formatting Control. Imagine the freedom to fine-tune the look and feel of your charts quickly. Change the title, layout, and other chart elements—all from a new and more interactive formatting interface.

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Share workbooks more ways

Simplified Sharing. Share workbooks with ease and confidence. You can be sure that you're all tracking only the latest version, because your presentations are saved online on OneDrive or SharePoint by default.** Just send everyone a link to the same file.

Post to Social Network. Get a lot of feedback fast. Share selected portions of your spreadsheets on the web by posting them on your social network pages.

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Required Processor

1 gigahertz (Ghz) or faster x86- or x64-bit processor with SSE2 instruction set

Required Operating System

Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012

Required Memory

1GB RAM (32 bit); 2GB RAM (64 bit)

Required Hard Disk Space

3.0GB available

Required Display

Graphics hardware acceleration requires a DirectX 10 graphics card and 1024 x 576 resolution

Required .NET Version

3.5, 4.0, or 4.5


A touch-enabled device is required to use any multi-touch functionality. However, all features and functionality are always available by using a keyboard, mouse, or other standard or accessible input device. Note that new touch features are optimized for use with Windows 8.

Additional System Requirements

Some functionality may vary, based on the system configuration. Some features may require additional or advanced hardware or server connectivity.

Note:   System requirements are rounded up to the nearest 0.5GB, to be conservative. For example, if we measure an application’s required hard disk space to be 1.99GB, we recommend 2.5GB of disk space. Our hard disk system requirements are intentionally larger than the actual disk space usage of the software.

A graphics processor helps increase the performance of certain features, such as drawing tables in Excel 2013 or transitions, animations, and video integration in PowerPoint 2013. Use of a graphics processor with Office 2013 requires a Microsoft DirectX 10-compliant graphics processor that has 64MB of video memory. These processors were widely available in 2007. Most computers that are available today include a graphics processor that meets or exceeds this standard. However, if you or your users do not have a graphics processor, you can still run Office 2013.

Ratings and reviews

Rated 5 out of5 by fromHave used Excel for a long timeDoes everything I want it too and has for a long time.
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 5 out of5 by fromExcel download-purchaseI needed to download Excel offsite on a laptop in order to complete a report, when I was visiting my mother-in-law. Thanks Microsoft!. I was able to complete the daily report on time!
Date published: 2015-05-31
Rated 4 out of5 by fromMicrosoft 360 Suite - Issues with ExcelI have several databases within Excel. The Excel I have used is part of the Microsoft 360 Suite, all other programs in the suite work (Word, Access, Publisher, etc) and Excel did work ... however ... I can no longer open Excel. What's wrong?How can I fix this problem? I need Excel to modify real estate property data bases and download into my contact management program, Sage Act.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 3 out of5 by fromToo many clicksI used Excel 2003 for a number of years, maybe 11. I see no real improvements in 2013. Some things I use frequently require more clicks to do what I want and I see no improvement.
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 5 out of5 by fromTransition from Excel 2007 to 2013Having written many useful macros in VB with Excel 2007 at work I was reluctant to install 2013 on my own computer. After getting used to the new interface, I discovered that all the things I liked about Excel 2007 such as the VB language reference were still available. I had read and heard rumors that VB would no longer be supported beyond 2007. Such does not appear to be the case.
Date published: 2015-05-01
Rated 1 out of5 by fromnot happy at allI just lost the ability to open files in excel. The file is an excel file that I was using just a couple of hours ago when my computer shut down all by itself. Now excel will not open the file at all. Makes me wonder what they are doing at Microsoft!
Date published: 2015-04-27
Rated 2 out of5 by fromSorting like in the olden' daysI love Excel, and I'm trying to love Excel 2013, but MS took a big step backward when they updating the sorting feature. Excel used to be smart enough to detect different formatting in your data and tell you had a header. No longer. If you have a header, Excel will ignore it when using the sort short-cuts. Opening the Sort dialog box for what I do defeats the purpose & slows me down. When I have different groups of data in the same sheet, Excel used to detect the lack of a header & sort the 2nd group as a group. Now it wants to make the top line (regardless of formatting) your header.
Date published: 2015-04-21
Rated 1 out of5 by fromEasy to buyI don't know how well it works! After I went through everything to purchase this, it will not load on my iPad. It would have been nice to know that before I went to all that trouble!
Date published: 2015-03-24
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