Major improvements are being made with Microsoft Excel Online. It is completely free, works on any browser and is particularly useful if you need to share files and collaborate with others. It’s basically a slimmed-down version of Excel and although Microsoft is constantly working to improve the functionality, what we want to know is *can we use Excel Online yet for financial modelling?*
We hear from Excel specialist and Microsoft MVP Mark Proctor to delve into the features and modelling capabilities of the free browser-based Excel Online versus the full subscription version of Excel for Microsoft 365. We’ll also take a look at Office Scripts for Excel Online, which is a new automation tool set to take over from VBA – or perhaps not?
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