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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!

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