Smart tools for Excel, PowerPoint and Word 9 Feb 2022
Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely used applications worldwide for data storage and analysis. Therefore, mastering Excel is an essential skill and can help you save a tremendous amount of time working with lengthy sheets.
If you want to make the most of Excel, there are lots of additional functionalities available that can further help you become productive and ease your life. Excel add-ins work like applications that you download or buy for your mobile phone or computer. These are mini software tools you can install into Microsoft Excel and add many functionalities such as shortcuts, tasks, and time-saving options that you cannot find in a standalone Excel app.
Top of the list is, of course, the Operis Analysis Kit. OAK saves time when developing and auditing complex spreadsheets by assessing the model structure and identifying errors. Developed and used daily by our renowned modelling team, OAK helps identifying the lack of compliance with industry-standard modelling best-practices. It also improves model quality throughout the building process.
OAK’s functions are conveniently accessible from the Excel ribbon interface. Need to see how a team member changed a spreadsheet? Simply select OAK Compare for a near-instant, detailed comparison of workbooks.
OAK is the preferred Excel add-in used by financial modellers in the world’s largest banks, blue-chip firms and public sector bodies.
Power-user is a productivity software to help professionals on PowerPoint and Excel. It has many features to create better presentations: hundreds of PowerPoint templates, 6,000 icons, 300 maps, millions of pictures and charts. It also help save time by providing a range of formatting tools to automatically alignment titles, change colors, bullets, font or language in the entire presentation. As well as a feature which allowers users to link their Excel data to PowerPoint charts. Power-user has over 300,000 users Main users are professionals in finance, marketing or consulting.
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