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Microsoft Excel is one of the Microsoft applications you need to be proficient to be considered computer literate. It is a spreadsheet that allows users to calculate formulas, convert data into charts and graphs, pivot tables and macro programming. It is used by students in their Math and Physics courses, by engineers in their structural calculations, by statisticians in their probability problems, and almost by everyone who needs to solve math problems with complex formulas that are difficult to enter in a calculator.
When to use the Excel Icon You may use the Excel Icon if your website is capable of allowing users to edit spreadsheets on your website. It will inform the user that they can edit their spreadsheets on your website by uploading them. In addition, if there are files in Excel format that can be downloaded by users, you may also use the Excel Icon.
How to use the Excel Icon The Excel Icon can be used in different ways, but the primary reason for using it is to inform users that there are excel files that can be downloaded or edited on your website. You may use this with other MS Office icons that are supported by your website.
In as much as you love our Excel Icon, here are other Excel icons available on our website. You may use whichever icon is more applicable with the theme of your website or presentation.
There is also an assigned icon for Excel files. This icon helps users to identify which files are compatible with MS Excel. Here are the icons you can choose from that will represent MS Excel files:
Because Microsoft has been evolving ever since it was released, the logo of Microsoft Excel has also changed over time. From 2003 to the latest 2013 logo, green has been assigned to MS Excel.
If you are proficient in MS Excel, chances are high that you are also proficient in other MS applications. These applications are more basic and have almost flat learning curve than MS Excel: