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G Suite has introduced a number of features to make Google Sheets even more user-friendly on the web, Android and iOS.
Google Sheets accounting number formats
You can now align the currency symbols (Format > Number > Accounting) within your budgets, expense reports and other spreadsheets containing monetary amounts. Improvements have also been made to the way numbers, decimal points and repeated characters line up. This makes them easier to analyse and scan.
Google Sheets rotated text
It is now possible to rotate text in a cell in Sheets (Format > Text rotation), which is useful for fitting more text on a single screen or fitting longer names into thin columns.
More border styles in Google Sheets
There are now more border styles to choose from in Sheets, including double borders and differing thicknesses, commonly used in balance sheets and other financial statements (Toolbar > Borders > Border styles).
Additional improvements on mobile
In addition to the features above, G Suite is also launching the following improvements to its mobile apps. These include:
- Ability to use a mouse with the Sheets Android app
- Ability to view and select existing custom colors in the Sheets Android app
- Ability to drag and drop rows and columns in the Sheets Android and iOS apps
- Formatting suggestions in Explore in the Sheets iOS app
For more information about G Suite, take a look at our comprehensive guide to what G Suite can do for your business here. The information includes details of our pricing packages – G Suite Basic and G Suite Business, which are tailored to the specific needs of your business. Or, if you would like further information or have any questions, please contact us here.