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MS Excel 2003 - Advanced Features Add-In

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by RobinRoot, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. RobinRoot

    RobinRoot Flightless Bird

    The Advanced Features Team is pleased to announce the release of the
    first version of their Add-In for MS Excel 2003.

    Part of this realease are the following functionalities:
    * Easy and powerful connection between MS Excel and MS Access
    * K-Means clustering algorithm
    * Additional User Defined Formulas
    * Deeper Query and Pivot Tables Manipulation Tools, including easy
    redirecting MS Olap cubes and Database Queries
    * Fast and Easy Worksheet Formatting and Management, including
    functions for Hiding and Grouping, changing worksheet visibility, get
    available worksheet reports
    * Fast Printing Setup for all worksheet in a workbook or just for
    selected worksheets
    * Fast Workbook Splitting, for saving each worksheet in a new file
    * Extensive Send Workbook by Email to get in control with less
    known Outlook functionalities
    * Power Point Interaction
    * ODBC and SQL Integration
    * Several General Utilities for daily job general tasks
    * Personalized Bookmarks

    The latest version of the add-in can be downloaded from the official
    website: http://sites.google.com/site/advancedfeatures/home

    The Advanced Features Team is looking forward to receive feedbacks
    from other Excel users in order to improve and develop always new and
    more advanced features to make daily work easier and quicker.

    Thank you very much,
    Advanced Features Team
     
  2. LVTravel

    LVTravel Flightless Bird

    "RobinRoot" <emiliano.marin@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:247cf17a-5d05-4359-a66e-0b769b627375@g26g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
    > The Advanced Features Team is pleased to announce the release of the
    > first version of their Add-In for MS Excel 2003.


    ***SNIP***
    >
    > Thank you very much,
    > Advanced Features Team


    It's about damn time but where are my advanced features for Office 2007 and
    Office 2010? I just can't live without them.....
     

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