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Esri Maps for Office 3.0 is now available: Greater productivity with multiple maps, projections, and new tools.

Do you find yourself limited with the monitor real estate when scrolling through your spreadsheet data and interacting with maps? Are you trying to overlay your map in Excel with your organization’s GIS data in different coordinate systems? Do you have a cluttered data visualization when you map datasets from multiple tables?

The 3.0 version answers all these questions and makes it even easier to map your Excel data and work with maps in many new ways. For example, you can add multiple maps to your spreadsheet and compare them side by side, change the coordinate system for your maps to match with your organization’s preferred projection system, float the maps outside the Excel window and to other monitors, and much more. To download Esri Maps for Office and learn more, visit

With Esri Maps for Office 3.0, you can:

In the coming weeks I’ll walk through these features in more detail, so keep an eye on for updates. You can start experiencing an improved way of mapping in Excel with Esri Maps for Office 3.0 right now. Get it here.


Scott is a product manager working to make the power of geography accessible to everyone. He works to integrate mapping capabilities into existing business systems (such as Microsoft Office, SharePoint, and Power BI) and mobile devices (through apps such as Explorer for ArcGIS and Navigator for ArcGIS).


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