Mini-post #3 of 3: Are You Using Excel 2013 Yet?

Quick poll:  are you using 2013 yet?  (Don’t worry if you are not – most of my computers are still running 2010 but I want to know how many of you have already taken the plunge).

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Rob Collie

One of the founding engineers behind Power Pivot during his 14-year career at Microsoft, and creator of the world’s first cloud Power Pivot service, Rob is one of the foremost authorities on self-service business intelligence and next-generation spreadsheet technology.

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. gregkramer1

    I’m using Excel 2013 at home and Excel 2003 at work…In the Midwest Excel 2003 is making a big comeback

    1. powerpivotpro

      “In the Midwest Excel 2003 is making a big comeback”

      That made me giggle. In a sad way.

  2. Brian

    Work and Home both use Office 2010. Thinking about getting Office 2013 through the Microsoft home use program.

    1. powerpivotpro

      Be careful though Brian. PowerPivot (and Power View) are only included in the Pro Plus versions of 2013.

  3. Eric Hutton

    I would really like to be switching to 2013, but I only have 2010 at the office (and for that I had to get special permission – everyone else is on 2007) – so I can’t switch any of my work to 2013 due to the incompatibility between PowerPivot versions (which I use for EVERYTHING).

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