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2013-01-31 12:40:07 PM

Nuclear Monk: I suppose it's too much to hope that Excel 2013 would automatically create separate instances of Excel AND allow easy cut and paste between those two instances. (like Word)


According to What's new in Excel 2013, it does!
 
2013-01-31 12:59:18 PM

jonrey: Nuclear Monk: I suppose it's too much to hope that Excel 2013 would automatically create separate instances of Excel AND allow easy cut and paste between those two instances. (like Word)

According to What's new in Excel 2013, it does!


Holy dogshiat, FINALLY!
 
2013-01-31 01:02:29 PM
Don't know about the rest of you, but I'm still quite happy with the Office 2000 I stole in 2000.

For stuff beyond that, I use real apps.
 
2013-01-31 11:40:49 PM

BumpInTheNight: and yet when OS X gets a new revision that's nothing more then a glorified patch the apple users are tripping over themselves to hand out the credit card.


A. So in your mind, it's somehow bad for a company to put out an upgrade that people actually want?
B. It's not usually a major upgrade, but it's a definite step forward. Which is more than we can say for Windows 8.
C. It's $20 to upgrade. Windows 8 is $40 today and jumps up to $199 tomorrow.
 
2013-02-01 01:19:57 AM

BKITU: jonrey: Nuclear Monk: I suppose it's too much to hope that Excel 2013 would automatically create separate instances of Excel AND allow easy cut and paste between those two instances. (like Word)

According to What's new in Excel 2013, it does!

Holy dogshiat, FINALLY!


Sweet...I will look forward to using it in 5 years when my IT department finally gets around to upgrading it.
 
2013-02-01 02:35:46 PM

bingethinker: BumpInTheNight: and yet when OS X gets a new revision that's nothing more then a glorified patch the apple users are tripping over themselves to hand out the credit card.

A. So in your mind, it's somehow bad for a company to put out an upgrade that people actually want?
B. It's not usually a major upgrade, but it's a definite step forward. Which is more than we can say for Windows 8.
C. It's $20 to upgrade. Windows 8 is $40 today and jumps up to $199 tomorrow.


A.It`s bad to make people pay for a patch that is minor even if it is wanted.
B. Minor is minor even if actually contains improvements instead of just bloat to slow old hardware to force users to upgrade their machine (read, buy a new one).
C A patch is not an OS. Apples to oranges (pun intended)

My 1p
 
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