Microsoft Excel 2016 Isn't Much Different from Excel 2013 or Excel 2010

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Aside from superficial color and labeling, Microsoft Excel 2016 isn't much different from Excel 2013 or 2010. All the menu items and often-used features are the same. There are some new features that you may be interested in. Below is a list of features introduced with the 2013 and 2016 versions. There is also a link to a video that walks you through the Microsoft Excel 2016 interface.

Features New in 2016

  1. Tell Me
  2. Smart Lookup
  3. Some new chart types
  4. More pivot table enhancements
  5. Ink Equations
  6. Multi-select option in slicers
  7. Quick shape formatting
  8. Sharing

Features New in 2013

  1. One Workbook Per Window Feature
  2. Flash Fill
  3. New Functions
  4. Some new chart tools
  5. Quick Analysis Tool
  6. Chart recommendation features
  7. Slicers
  8. Timelines
  9. Standalone pivot chart

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