Not only Apple is preparing intensively for the upcoming change of the CPU architecture in the Macs, numerous app developers are also busy adapting their programs to the ARM processors that will be used in the future. Microsoft is an important partner of the Californian group, after all, the office suite from Redmond is one of the key applications on desktops and notebooks from Cupertino.
  1. How To Print On Excel Mac

ODBC interface compatible with Apple Silicon
The Windows group has now provided a new beta of Excel for Mac in the insider channel of the in-house office package, which expands an important part of the program to include support from Apple Silicon. Version 16.43 (Build 20110105) of the spreadsheet contains according to the Release Notes an ODBC interface compatible with Apple’s processors. This means that Excel on Macs with Apple’s in-house processors is able to establish connections with SQL servers. This feature is of great importance for numerous users of the spreadsheet: It enables access to external databases, the contents of which can then be processed and prepared with Excel.

Excel beta published in the “Slow Ring”
Microsoft published the current beta version of Excel in the “Slow Ring” for insiders, in which monthly updates are made available. How far the development of Office for Apple Silicon has already progressed cannot be inferred from the release notes of older betas either. According to several reports, Apple plans to present three devices with Apple Silicon on November 10, 2020 as part of an online event called “One More Thing”: a MacBook Pro with a 13-inch display and a MacBook Pro with a 16-inch screen as well a MacBook Air. It is not known whether Microsoft Office will be available with full functionality at launch on these notebooks. The Windows group may initially publish a version that is not completely complete and submit individual features such as the ARM-compatible ODBC interface at a later date.

If you use Microsoft Excel on your Mac, you can save the spreadsheets you create and open them in Numbers, Apple’s spreadsheet app. It’s a handy feature to use in case you can’t access. Simply set the orientation for each sheet as appropriate, and then print the entire workbook. Click the sheet. On the Layout tab, under Page Setup, click Orientation, and then click Landscape. On the File menu, click Print. Note: Because you can set page orientation on a sheet-by-sheet basis, it is possible to print some sheets in a workbook in one.

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Apple has 'Pages' and 'Numbers' which are able to work with, respectively, Word and Excel files. You can purchase and download both from the App Store in your Dock. Both have the ability to export files as Word and Excel if you need to send files to other people who don't have Macs. Each is $20.


Or, you can purchase Microsoft Office for Mac 2011, which contains both Word and Excel. You can purchase and download it from the Microsoft website. It's $120 per computer, or $150 for three computers.


Matt

Oct 8, 2012 7:27 AM