Excel Add-Ins: How to find and use them

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by JD Sartain | tech journalist | PCWorld | Sep 6, 2018 3:29 am PT

Excel Add-Ins are similar to smart phone apps and graphic plug-ins. That is, they are separate applications written by independent programmers that provide enhanced capabilities for the primary software. You can get Add-Ins for Word, PowerPoint, and other popular programs as well. Most Add-Ins are either free or have a minimal cost and, generally, use very little memory.

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