Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Excel
We use Microsoft Excel to track the expenses, sales, and profits of our business. We also use it for tracking lead generation efforts for the list building activities we participate in and the list building events that we host. Microsoft Excel makes it easy for everyone involved on the project to see what's been completed and what needs to be done.
- Adding sums with their formulas
- Can design for various visual types on your team to understand what's going on
- Easy to share with others on your team
- Specific formulas are hard for the program to understand when doing equations
- Dealing with negative numbers can be quite difficult when cells are interacting with each other
- Moving cells is not as easy to do manually; keyboard shortcuts makes it easier
- Helped track lead generation efforts on marketing campaigns
- Track which tasks are completed and need to be done for our own lead generation events that we host
- Track profits, expenses, and sales in our business
Google Sheets is a comparable product to Microsoft Excel and it's more flexible when it comes to sharing because it can be shared with anyone who has the link or Google Drive access to it. However, Google Sheets does not have all the functions, especially when it comes to formulas, as Microsoft Excel does.
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Microsoft Excel is great when you need to track items and share the document with multiple people who are involved. For example, if you are tracking lead generation efforts from Facebook Ads, you would want to know which Facebook Ad performs best and how many leads are coming from each ad. This would be a great example of how to use Microsoft Excel in your business.