Updates are free to users with current support or who are currently running version 5.
To update your version of the software, uninstall your current version and then download and install the latest version. Reactivation is not required. Instructions and download links can be found HERE.
Your account number and password were emailed to you when you purchased. If you have misplaced the original message then please let us know and we'll resend the information to you.Easy-XL From MrExcel Version 5.0.505August 2014Improved support for Excel 2013 and Windows 8.1Added the "Quick Filter" command to Excel's context menu. This filters the current sheet using the value in the current cell.Added the "Quick Find" command to Excel's context menu. This lets you search all open sheets for the value in the current cell. This command also supports fuzzy searching.Added the "Quick Summary" command to Excel's context menu. This summarizes the worksheet using the current Excel column as the Group-By field.Added "Create Rightmost Column" option to Split Columns -> Text Columns. This captures the rightmost word from the original column.Added "Starts With" and "Ends With" conditions to the Tag Rows By Column Value command.Numerous tweaks and fixes.Easy-XL From MrExcel Version 5.0.504January 2013Supports Excel / Office 2013.The "Rows -> Tag Rows" menu has been moved to its own top level menu on the ribbon.Row tagging now supports user defined tags in addition to a simple + sign.Added the "Combine Tagged Rows" command to combine multiple rows based on tag type. "Tag Rows By Column Value" now supports regular expressions The "Import -> Import ODBC Tables" command now supports the use of a Where command to specify which rows to import.The "Cells -> Convert Selected Cells" drop-down menu has been replaced with a floating dialog with a preview function.Added the new Worksheet menu Added the "Combine Sheets" command to the new Worksheet menu.Moved the "Duplicate Sheet" command to the new Worksheet menu.Moved the "Cells -> Format Sheet" command to the new Worksheet menu.Moved the "Sort To Sheet" command to the new Worksheet menu.Added the "Add Row #" command to the "Columns -> Arrange Columns" dialog.Added "Remove Blank Columns" to the Columns menu.Added "Remove Blank Rows" to the Rows menu.Added "Duplicate Column" to the Columns menu.Added "Duplicate Row" to the Rows menu.Added "Insert N Columns" to the Columns menu.Added "Insert N Rows" to the Rows menu.The "Columns -> Column Properties" command has been renamed and moved to "Cells -> Selected Cell Properties".The new "Columns -> Column Properties" command analyzes all of the columns in the worksheet and highlights potential problems including blanks and mixed data type issues (text cells mixed with numeric cells).The "Workbook Navigator" has been redesigned. Easy-XL From MrExcel Version 5.0.503December 2011Improved support for non-English versions of Windows and ExcelIndex Workbooks now lists all of the external links in a workbook Easy-XL From MrExcel Version 5.0.502June 2011Easy-XL From MrExcel Version 5 contains the following updates:Support for Excel 2010 including the ability to handle huge amounts of data with the 64-bit version.Merge a worksheet into an existing worksheet - Merge has been enhanced to allow you to insert the desired data into the existing worksheet with no need to create a separate worksheet.Row View - For very wide worksheets, this displays the column values in a stacked (vertical) format on a tool window allowing you to see all of the data values on a row without having to scroll left and right.Quick Find - Right-click a cell and you'll see a new menu item: Find 'xxx' In... where 'xxx' represents the current cell's value. Selecting this option allows you to select the specific worksheet in which you'd like to search for the value. This feature is useful for reconciling rows between different worksheets based on things like account number, name and address.Insert n Rows or Columns - Right-click the row # (or column #) in Excel and you'll see a new menu item: Insert n Rows (or columns) When you insert with regular Excel, you have to do it one row (or column) at a time. This pops up a dialog asking you how many rows (columns) to insert.Regular Expression FunctionsWorkbook Index now indexes macros (VBA) - There's now an option to include a detailed listing of all the macros found while indexing workbooks. The list includes all of the modules, components, classes, subroutines and functions contained within the workbook's VBA project.Numerous tweaks and minor bug fixes. Full support for Terminal Server, Remote Desktop Connection and Citrix. Full support for Win 7 (32 and 64-bit) Full support for Windows Server 2008 R2 Full support for Unicode