What's new in Excel 2007?

Excel is the spreadsheet application component of the Microsoft Office. Using Microsoft Excel. In a new results-oriented user interface, Microsoft Office Excel 2007 provides powerful tools and features that you can use to analyze, share, and manage your data with ease.

Here are Excel 2007 new features:

Excel user interface(UI) has been redesigned and improved to increase your productivity as well as making it more user friendly.

Excel ribbon now includes 7 tabs: Home, Insert, Page Layout, Formulas, Data, Review, and View.

customize ribbon

Number of Rows and Columns increased. To enable you to explore massive amounts of data in worksheets, Excel 2007 supports up to 1 million rows and 16 thousand columns per worksheet. Specifically, the Office Excel 2007 grid is 1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns, which provides you with 1,500% more rows and 6,300% more columns than you had available in Microsoft Office Excel 2003.

New and improved Paste options

paste options

You can take screenshots

screenshots

Memory management has increased from 1 GB to 2 GB in Excel. This is to improve the performance of Excel.

Rich conditional formatting

New themes added

new themes

Sorting and filtering in excel 2007 has been improved.

You can use the new charting tools in Excel 2007 to create professional looking detailed charts. You can also include special effect like you can give your charts a 3D look

In Office Excel 2007, you can base a new workbook on a variety of templates that are installed with Excel, or you can quickly access and download templates from the Microsoft Office Online Web site.

New ways to share your work. Work. If you have access to Excel Services, you can use it to share your Office Excel 2007 worksheet data with other people, such as executives and other stakeholders in your organization

Office Excel 2007 provides a Page Layout View. You can use this view to create a worksheet while keeping an eye on how it will look in printed format. In this view, you can work with page headers, footers, and margin settings right in the worksheet, and place objects, such as charts or shapes, exactly where you want them. This will give you a better printing experience