Microsoft Office 2010

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    "Missing Key Features in Excel"

    October 18, 2010  |   By robocoprobert


    I mainly buy MSOffice for Excel as 90% of my work involves spreadsheets. Things I like about Excel 2010 is the new filter system and the status bar that displays Min, Max, Avg.


    Not able to Copy and paste insert rows of data. I was shocked to find out that I can only copy and insert a single row of data. Also, why are there so many Paste Options?


    MS should've stuck with what they had in 2003 - keyboard shortcuts and simple Copy and Paste features in Excel that power users need to analyze data quickly. What I find with Excel 2010 is that I was using the mouse a lot. In fact, it felt like I was using a Mac. No thanks MS, I'll stick with my old trusty MSOffice 2003. I don't think I'll buy an Office suite again.

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