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Copy and Paste in Excel Online
Article Use keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, and Ctrl+V to cut, copy, and paste in Excel Online. Text you paste from outside Excel Online is plain text.
Excel Online, Access 2007
Video: What are Office Web Apps?
Video Office Web Apps are browser-based versions of Office applications. See how to use Web Apps to store documents in the cloud, access them anywhere, collaborate si...
Excel Web App, Office 2010...
Get your Office Online questions answered
Article Post your Office Online question at answers.microsoft.com. Go to the Office forum, and find the link for Office Online in the list of Office versions.
Excel Online, OneNote Online...
Print an Excel workbook from the browser
Article You can print an Excel workbook from the browser in two ways: By using the Print command in Internet Explorer By opening the workbook in Excel, and using the Pr...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Refreshing data in a workbook in a browser window
Article When you use a workbook in the browser, you are viewing data that is either native or external. Native data is stored directly in the workbook, and does not req...
Excel Online, OneDrive for Business...
Edit a workbook that contains features unsupported by Excel Online
Article What to do when you see an error message that says your workbook contains features that are not supported by Excel Online.
Excel Online
Sort data in a workbook in the browser
Article Sorting data is an integral part of data analysis. You might want to organize a list of names in alphabetical order or you might want to compile a list of produ...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Filter data in a workbook in the browser
Article Show All Hide All Filtering data is a quick and easy way to create a subset of data in a range of cells or in a table column. Filtered data displays only the ro...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Using hyperlinks in a workbook in the browser
Article Show All Hide All A hyperlink is a link from one document to another that opens the second page or file when you click it. You can use a hyperlink in a workbook...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Using charts and PivotChart reports in a workbook in the browser
Article Charts and PivotChart reports are vital tools for data analysis in Excel workbooks. Visual information makes it easier for you to see comparisons, patterns, and...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Open a workbook in the browser
Article Show All Hide All You can open a workbook in the browser in several ways: Open the workbook in the Web browser for viewing and browsing. Open a snapshot of the ...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Calculating and recalculating formulas in browser-based workbooks
Article You can use formulas in a workbook in the browser exactly as you can use them in Excel. Just as in Excel, the author of the formula determines the way formulas ...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Refresh external data in a workbook in the browser
Article When you use a workbook in the browser, the Web-based viewer displays data that is either stored directly in the workbook, or stored in an external data source,...
Excel Web App, SharePoint Server 2010
Change workbook parameters in a workbook in the browser
Article A workbook parameter is a special variable that represents a single cell in a worksheet. Workbook authors can define parameters so that users can enter new valu...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
Find text, numbers, or dates in a workbook in the browser
Article Show All Hide All You can search for specific text, number, and date values by using Find on the toolbar. Find searches row-by-row from the top of the active wo...
SharePoint Online for enterprises, SharePoint Server 2010
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