Office 365 offers quite a few extensions to Excel that are not available in the regular standalone version of Microsoft Office. This first session will look at how the user experience varies between the two versions and why Office 365’s version of Excel is actually Excel vNext. There have been a number of little changes added but now they do add up to a quite different experience and quite a different product. Since many companies are already using Office 365 or will start to use it in the near future, this session will provide a walkthrough of the differences. All will include short demos and some a more in-depth look and a vision of the future. The session will among other differences focus on:
Whereas session one of Office 365 & Excel focused on differentiating between Excel 365 and a standalone version of Excel, this session is meant to place Excel within the whole Office 365 package. And this includes so much more than just other products from the Office suite. We will look at the collaboration story between Excel and:
This session should really give you a broader picture where Excel is just one piece (the most important one of course) of the Office 365 puzzle and how the whole picture gives you even more options and tools to enhance Excel.