With the Microsoft Office suite becoming increasingly pricey with each update, it’s no wonder many are looking for more pocket-friendly versions of its components. For techies and professionals dealing with large blocks of data, Microsoft Excel is a key software in data organization and management. However, if you’re an occasional user, you would most likely shy away from investing a chunk of cash on this suite. Luckily, there are a few great paid and free alternatives to Excel on the Internet. Let’s check them out and see how they fare against the mighty spreadsheet software from Microsoft.
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