What's New in Excel (March 2024)
Published Mar 26 2024 09:30 AM 13.8K Views
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Welcome to our March 2024 update. 

This month, export to CSV and show details in PivotTables are now available in Excel for the web. Also, creating Power BI-connected tables is available in Excel for the web users, as well as Office Scripts for Office 365 E1 and F3 licenses.

Excel for Web:

  1. Export to CSV
  2. Create Power BI Connected Tables in Excel
  3. Show Details in PivotTables #FIA
  4. Office Scripts for Office 365 E1 and F3 Licenses

Excel for Web

1. Export to CSV

The ability to export to CSV is now available to all Web users. This experience was already supported for Windows, and Mac users and we’ve now expanded this service to all Web users. Take advantage of this lightweight file format in Excel for the Web to exchange and use data between apps and across platforms. Read more here >
Export to CSVExport to CSV
2. Create Power BI Connected Tables in Excel
A new Insert Table option is now available for the Power BI Datasets pane in Excel. It enables users to create a connected table directly in Excel. This streamlines the workflow of adding data and is friendlier to more Excel users. Create Power BI-connected tables is now available in Excel for the web – and Excel for Windows (Current Channel). Read more here >

Power BI Connected TablesPower BI Connected Tables



#FIA

3. Show Details in PivotTables
We've added a new button on the ribbon under the 'PivotTable Analyze' tab called Show Details, this button allows you to drill into your PivotTables. Previously, you were able to double-click a value cell in the PivotTable and create a new table to further analyze the details for that value. This button makes this existing capability easier to find and use. This functionality was already available for Web users. 

4. Office Scripts for Office 365 E1 and F3 Licenses
Starting today you can find the Office Scripts feature set in the Automate tab on the Excel ribbon. Office Scripts is an automation platform in Excel that allows users with all levels of programming experience to automate their repetitive workflows. To get started, use the Action Recorder to record the actions you take in Excel. These actions are then translated into a script that you can run at any time. No programming experience required! Read more here >
Office ScriptsOffice Scripts

 

 

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Special thanks to our Excel MVPs David Benaim and Bill Jelen for their contribution to this month's What's New in Excel article. David publishes weekly YouTube videos and regular LinkedIn posts about the latest innovations in Excel and more. Bill is the founder and host of MrExcel.com and the author of several books about Excel.

Last edited on April 3rd: Moved Office Scripts under Excel for Web.

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