Getting ready for universal Excel on Windows 10: Universal #Excel
is will become the most used version of Excel given that it will come built in to Windows 10 and Windows 10 will be free upgrade for users of Windows 7 and upward. Since not all features of the full desktop version will be available, this has implications for business reporting. The situation is not dissimilar to building applications that are compatible with current mobile Excel versions and Excel online. VBA driven applications can output plain vanilla data for pivot and interactive dashboard reporting that works across devices. It is important to note, however, that the richer features of the full #Excel2016
can be unlocked on Windows 10 with an Office 365 subscription; therefore business solutions with these features can still be deployed to users with the option to unlock the features.