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Excel's WEBSERVICE function is a nifty way to add data from online sources directly to spreadsheets. The Excel Blog has a useful walkthrough on how to set up a spreadsheet using the feature.


One of the more controversial changes introduced with Office 2013 was a restriction on the ability for individual users to transfer their licences between machines. Microsoft has backpedalled on its original proposal, which only allowed you to move licences if your machine had a warranty failure, and has now gone back to its previous stance, which lets you move the software provided you uninstall it from the old machine.


Office 2013 officially went on sale to consumers today. How much will you pay? The cheapest subscription version is $119 a year in Australia, which gives you five licences which you can install on either PCs or Macs.


Windows: Want to try out the latest version of Microsoft Office for free? Microsoft has just released a consumer preview so you can check out what's new with Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, Access and Publisher.