Overview of Microsoft Excel for Android

Overview of Microsoft Excel for Android

Overview of Microsoft Excel for Android

When we talk about spreadsheets, we think about Microsoft Excel. Until recently, Office Apps were only available on the Windows Phone. However the majority of the users were on either Apple ios or Google’s Android. Now that mobile devices are the core focus for all tech companies, it was indeed inevitable that Microsoft would release an App for these platforms.

You would need an Office 365 account in order to unlock the full App functionality.

Although you do not get all the features, you get a good subset of features which are touch optimized and easy to use on a mobile or a Tablet. With Microsoft Excel for Android you can Sort and analyze your data with Excel and create charts and data insights. The familiar look and feel of Excel enables you to create a powerful spreadsheet or to view and make quick edits on the go.

The free Excel app currently supports tablets of 10.1 inches or smaller. You can use it for viewing, creating and editing documents on these devices.

Powerview Reports & VB Macros are currently not supported in the App

Currently features like Excel – formulas, tables, charts, Sparklines are included in the Excel app. Microsoft Intellisense is also included and it does its job while trying to type a formula.

Overview of Microsoft Excel for Android

You can integrate your Corporate Office 365 Account, Publish your spreadsheets to the following Locations:Overview of Microsoft Excel for Android

  • OneDrive
  • One Drive for Business
  • SharePoint
  • Dropbox
  • Google Drive
  • BoxOverview of Microsoft Excel for Android

    Current System Requirements:

  • Android OS version: KitKat (4.4.X) and above
  • 1 GB RAM or above
  • Sign in with a free Microsoft account to create or edit spreadsheets on devices with a screen size of 10.1 inches or smaller.
  • A qualifying Office 365 subscription is required to unlock the full Office experience.
  • Office 365 is also required to create or edit on tablets with a screen larger than 10.1 inches.Overview of Microsoft Excel for Android


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