From the days of the abacus to the introduction of the calculator, technology has turned numbers into information more quickly. In this effort, Microsoft Excel has long been a favorite.
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With the advent of financial accounting software, however, using Excel for accounting and finance may be falling out of vogue. Yet that doesn't mean the tried and true electronic spreadsheet is obsolete. From graph features to ease of use, there are still a lot of features that make using Excel for accounting the best option for some organizations.
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