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Office 2013 Excel

Office 2013 Excel

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Apologies if this has been covered already.

Are Office 2013 Excel users finding their spreadsheets running slower in Office 2013 than in previous versions of Excel? We have a series of Excel COM addins, VBA macros, etc. and have found that they take a big time hit in Office 2013 Excel. There have been some online banter of similar experience with a few suggestions that help but they are still frustratingly slow. Slow enough that we will not move to Office 2013 until it gets better.

Have Fun!

James A. Pike
www.xl4sim.com
www.erieztechnologies.com

RE: Office 2013 Excel

My impression is that 2013 is similar to 2010, which is way faster than 2007 (especially for VBA). I'll do some benchmarks and report back.

Doug Jenkins
Interactive Design Services
http://newtonexcelbach.wordpress.com/

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