Excel 2013: Where the productivity gains are

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Simon Hurst continues his exploration of the new version of Excel to uncover features and functions that might justify the upgrade.

Although the introduction of the new ribbon interface in Excel 2007 had certain advantages, increased productivity wasn’t one of them for most experienced users. We’re now up to Excel 2013 and we’re still stuck with the ribbon, albeit one that is now customisable since Office 2010.  So, does Excel 2013 deliver any productivity gains alongside its many new features?

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