The Insert Tab is the one which has changed the most.
Here is a summary of the new features which can now be achieved using this Tab.
Entering data and then creating a Table means you get sorting and filtering and design options as part of the deal. Simply type in your data and then click Table. See below for an example.
The process of inserting a header or and a footer hasn’t changed, but where you find it has. This option is now located under the ‘Text’ button on the far right hand side of the Insert Tab.
With this option you get some sample ready made Pivot Table layouts which may be suitable for your data. See below for an example.
There are now several options to introduce colourful graphic/pictures into your worksheets. See below for an example.
Store and Add ins lets you introduce a useful app to use in Excel. An example is the percentage calculator. Simply search the Store and Insert and Use. See below for the ‘What % of’ example.
This allows you to see locations on a map with corresponding data. See below for an example.
This allows you to see a map chart of your data. See below for an example.
This facility allows you to create a geographical tour in 3D on your data. See below for a simple example.
Here’s the Excel data:
Here’s the 3D map:
This feature allows you to create a sparkline (chart in a cell) of the data. See below for an example.
Slicers and Timelines in Pivot Tables
These features are an alternative to filtering. See below for an example.
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