24point0’s editable graphics and business diagrams can be used not just in PowerPoint but across all Microsoft Office products. We receive a lot of queries regarding this and given below are some of the most frequently asked question about using 24point0’s products in Excel.
Can I use 24point0 products in Excel?
Yes you can – if you’re using the same versions of PowerPoint and Excel. You can simply copy the product from PowerPoint and paste it into Excel and edit it. But if you’re using two different versions – Excel 2003 and PowerPoint 2007 – the shape copied from PPT won’t be editable in the Excel spreadsheet.
So that means I can use 24point0’s map products too, right?
Yes! 24point0’s maps are one of our most popular products. It can be very tough to get editable maps for use in PowerPoint or Excel. Our map products have great clarity, incredible detail and can be modified easily.
But wait – why would I need to use maps in Excel?
Very often, when organizations operating in various countries of the world have to put together financial or other reports dealing with numbers, they need to show the location of their operations. This often includes a lot of switching back and forth between programs – between Excel and PowerPoint for example. This can make the presenting and reading of such data difficult. So to make things easier, why not just copy the map from PowerPoint, paste it into Excel and make the necessary changes in Excel itself? For example, if you wish to make an Excel spreadsheet about annual trade figures in Singapore, this is how 24point0’s editable Singapore map could enhance your presentation:
Copy the map from PowerPoint:
This allows your reader to instantly see graphs, account summaries and other statistics while having a pictorial representation of the locale within the same sheet.
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