Microsoft comes with advanced features and tools like power query integration, a read-only mode for Excel, keyboard access for pivot tables and slicers in Excel, new chart types, quick data linking in Visio, Excel forecasting functions, support for multi-selection of slicer items using touch, time grouping, and pivot chart drill down as well as Excel data cards.
You can also import data from the web simple and fast, unlike before that a user has to do it manually (by copying and pasting all data and reformat everything on the file).
Here tips will guide you on.
How to import web data into Microsoft Excel 2016:
Copy the link of the web browser containing the data you want to import. Open MS Excel and click the Data tab. Click the New Query button and select from another Source. Click From Web Paste the source link on the “Access Web content” window. Click the OK button and choose how you want to access the data. Click connect The “Navigator” window will appear right after. It will load the data from the web page. Click the table you wish to import. Click Edit. MS Excel will automatically fetch the data. Click the Close & Load button if you are satisfied with the data. After importing the data obtained from the web, MS Excel will automatically save the source link into the file. You can right-click the table and click Refresh. If the data on the web has changed, the table on Excel will be updating as well.
Microsoft Excel Shortcut Keys:
If you need to enter a new Excel worksheet, hold the SHIFT key + F11. You will notice that a new worksheet has been added to the left. You can then start working on the new sheet you created.
CTRL + Grave accent key (‘)
To automatically show all the formulas you used to perform computation on selected cells, hold down CTRL and click the grave accent key (‘), which you can find on the left of the number 1 key and over the TAB key.
CTRL + 0 and CTRL 9
when you will need to put certain column(s) out of the sight of your associates. Instead of going to “Format” then “Hide Columns,” press down the CTRL key and strike 0 (zero). To hide rows, hold the CTRL-key and hit 9.
ALT + =
You do not have to go to where the “AutoSum” key is located to add up cells automatically. Select the cells you need to compute, then press ALT followed by the equal sign (=), and the next cell will show the total.
CTRL + TAB
When you are working on two or more workbooks to compare or check on some data, simply hold down the CTRL key and then TAB rather than wasting your time clicking from one workbook to another. Continue hitting TAB until you get to your desired workbook.