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9. Re: Why Office 365 amd Office 2013... Feb 15, 2013, 08:21 Mr. Tact
Beamer wrote on Feb 14, 2013, 15:13:
Excel 97 doesn't even have PivotCharts, which is so obscenely basic.

We had Excel 03 at work until recently. What trash. 2010 is mindbogglingly more powerful. And Office 365 will be lightyears better, now that it legitimately allows group work.
Nope, not sarcasm. I don't even know what a PivotChart is, so I'm pretty sure I don't need one. I do also have Office 2003 installed at work (done by Corporate IT automatically) which I need and use at work for some .xlsx files occasionally. But for 90% of any work done in Office, I am really using Office 97.

Edit: A quick look around tells me I've seen Pivot Tables and Charts before, just didn't know the terminology. Certainly useful, but not something I've ever had to worry about.

This comment was edited on Feb 15, 2013, 08:29.
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