The world is your office. No cubicle is enough to contain you. No desk is enough to demand your time. You move instead throughout the day, exchanging information and bartering costs — the sidewalk is yours to use; the subway trains are shaped to industry; and even the crowded diner counters become corporate destinations. You work as you must and you do what you need. The location doesn’t sway you.
The heavy weight of a laptop, however, does. There are no inches to spare for a computer. There is no trust that others won’t spill coffee and crumbs — destroying your system and its many files. You fear always for the interference of your fellow man (none of whom seem to understand that they are invading on your efforts, your profits). A monitor simply isn’t practical.
But a phone is — and, with the aid of Excel, you can finally be connected without concern.
The Excel program is known to all, recognized as worthy; but new users may be unaware of just how infinite its possibilities truly are. As of 2010, this software can be used on Windows phones; enabling individuals to craft perfect spreadsheets and statistical examinations with a simple keypad.
And the process is an easy one. Excel is already available within the Office Hub applications of these phones and does not require complicated installations (or hefty fees). Users can simply access the Hub and activate the program, gaining instant benefits. All files can be read on a screen; all edits can be made with the touch of a button. It’s quick. It’s convenient. It shouldn’t be denied.
Excel is transforming the way individuals can perform their much needed tasks. Spanning beyond the limits of a computer it can now offer constant updates and fast connections — ensuring that all information is received when it is asked for. All numbers can be viewed, revised and saved.
Hard work just became a little easier.