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Easy-XL From MrExcel adds over 50 time saving data analysis and manipulation features to Excel.

Easy-XL enables casual Excel users to summarize, pivot, join, merge, match, query, categorize, combine, split, slice and dice data like a pro.

Easy-XL From MrExcel makes complex Excel analysis possible for anyone who can use a mouse.

This software is essential for those who hate complex Excel functions, it will also be a time-saver for the Excel guru.

- Bill Jelen - MrExcel.com

Watch these Demo Videos to see what Easy-XL can do for you!

When you purchase the full version, your license allows you to install the software on all of your computers.

Got a question about Easy-XL? Visit our support forum at MrExcel.com and ask away!

Easy-XL From MrExcel

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Easy-XL From MrExcel adds over 50 time saving data analysis and manipulation features to Excel.

Easy-XL enables casual Excel users to summarize, pivot, join, merge, match, query, categorize, combine, split, slice and dice data like a pro.

The free version of Easy-XL features all of the Workbook commands while the paid-for version includes all of the Workbook, Worksheet, Row, Column and Cell commands. You can download a free 30 day trial version below.

                   

Easy-XL 5.0.504 Is Now Available. More Information.

Please note that the trial version reverts to the free version 30 days after installation so if you just need the free version, download the trial version and then let it expire. For more information about the differences between the free version and the full version, please click here.

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This software is essential for those who hate complex Excel functions, it will also be a time-saver for the Excel guru. Yes, the guru can already sling around VLOOKUPs or knock out a quick macro, but why would you go through that hassle when Easy-XL can accomplish the same result with a few mouse clicks?

- Bill Jelen - MrExcel.com
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Why use Easy-XL?

Microsoft Excel is the world's most ubiquitous software tool for business. From simple budgets to complex statistical models, Excel is used everywhere to track data. Unfortunately, getting Excel to produce the right analysis often requires extraordinary skills.

Excel gurus emerge and become the go-to person, creating a bottleneck, as people need to figure out how to solve problems in Excel.

Easy-XL From MrExcel makes complex Excel analysis possible for anyone who can use a mouse.

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Easy-XL works with Excel 2003 through 2013 (32 and 64 bit) on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8.

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I find that I am using Easy-XL to accomplish tasks in seconds that used to take a few minutes.

- Bill Jelen - MrExcel.com

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