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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 -

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.

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  • On Excel’s 30th Anniversary, Power Query is a Game-Changer
    Today, September 30, 2015 is the 30th anniversary of Microsoft Excel. Version 1.0 debuted for the Mac on September 30, 1985. Excel, of course, was not the first spreadsheet program. It was not even the first spreadsheet program from Microsoft, who had released Multiplan a few years earlier. Eventually, though, Excel went on to become(...)
  • Excelapalooza Discount Coupon
    I will be joining the Excelapalooza speakers this year, providing six sessions at this three-day conference outside of Dallas, Texas. Readers of can save $145 on registration costs. Use coupon code MRExcel15 to reduce the registration cost to a flat $1305 price.  
  • Top 10 Excel Songs on YouTube
    Joe Chirilov is a long-time project manager on the Excel team. He summed it up best when he noted: “One of the perks of working on an awesome product like Excel: Fan Videos”. With the May 5, 2015 release of Excel Func from Professor Steve Tuttle, the Top 10 Excel Song Parody list gets a(...)
  • Have You Ever Had an Excel Moment Like This?
    If you’ve ever felt like: “My Excel reports take way too long to update each month/week” “I spend hours collating and cleaning data, updating formulas and charts and then no one reads my reports anyway, what’s the point?” “If I could just impress the boss I’d get that pay rise/promotion I deserve” “I need to(...)
  • Full Slate of Excel Bloggers at PASS Business Analytics Conference
    There is an amazing line-up of speakers at this year’s PASS Business Analytics Conference. You might read blogs by some or all of these speakers: Bob Phillips, Ken Puls, Jordan Goldmeier, Matt Allington, Rob Collie, Chandoo, Avi Singh, Rick Grantham, Oz du Soleil, Chris Webb, Jen Stirrup, Jen Underwood, Kasper de Jonge, Igor Peev. I am(...)