Google has updated its spreadsheet software, and it’s free to use.
The free software update comes just weeks after it was announced Google would be rolling out a free version of its Excel software to the company’s customers.
The update, dubbed Excel 2013, includes a number of changes to Excel’s core functionality, including improved editing options, a better layout for spreadsheets, a “faster” search interface, and support for Excel 2007.
Google has also announced that the company will be introducing a new spreadsheet-related feature in the future.
This will be known as “Projecting”.
The new feature, called “Projected”, is a new way of making money in spreadsheets.
The feature lets you quickly create a spreadsheet by dragging and dropping a list of data into a spreadsheet.
The spreadsheet will then automatically calculate and calculate for you.
“Projected” will be available to users on June 18, Google said in a blog post.
“We believe it is the best way to simplify the creation of business-critical, complex, or large spreadsheets.”
Projected will work with all Microsoft Excel versions, Google added.
The spreadsheet-based feature is a good addition for those who use spreadsheets to work with financial data.
Google said the feature would be a welcome addition to spreadsheets in general.
In addition to the new features, Google has added new analytics options to the spreadsheet software.
You can now filter by time, data type, or date, for example.
Google is also releasing a new version of the Excel Spreadsheet Developer Tool.
This is a free tool that can be used to help developers create better spreadsheets for a variety of industries.
Google also says it’s introducing a number more spreadsheet-like features, including a “personalised” dashboard that lets users quickly create customised spreadsheets from the spreadsheets they have downloaded.
You can find the latest version of Excel on Google’s site.