Artist Reveals The Hidden Power Of Microsoft Excel We Didn’t Know

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It’s time
we should stop underestimating the real potential of software and
apps. If you weren’t convinced by the MS Paint masterpieces created
by Pat Hines, what this artist did using Excel will definitely
blow your mind.

Japan-based Tatsuo Horiuchi has perfected MS Excel — the
software that for a long has time has been a daily driver for
corporate workers trying to finish spreadsheets before the
deadline. Nobody would have ever realized MS Excel could be
used to create beautiful pictures.

Horiuchi, retired for almost 15 years, started using Excel
after watching his colleagues in the office drawing graphs
neatly. His artwork has been on the web for years and also
featured in Gunma Museum of Art, Japan.

To make the images, Horiuchi uses the Autoshape function in
Excel. Check out the MS Excel art in the pictures below:

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See more of his creations on Business Insider.

So, did you like Horiuchi’s artwork? Drop your views and
feedback in the comments.

Also Read: Guy Learns Microsoft Paint For
10 Years And Proves Photoshop Is NO GOD!! (See Images)

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