Save your map project in Excel
The most wanted feature in Excel E-Maps is available now in E-Map Pro. Save your map layers, points, heatmap, thematics in a Project file.
The project file (a file with emp-extension) opens your Excel file where you based the map on and it generates all the layers again. The geocoding is done automatically, with the latest address, the creation of the thematic map as well as the labels. A Project saves you time and gives you the same map.
See how it works on youtube.
What is MapPoint?
Since 2000 organizations used Microsoft MapPoint for quick geographic insights. The tool had background maps for large parts of the world and for many countries you could geocode. The software and the maps had to be installed on a (network) harddrive.
People used MapPoint for quick geographic visualisations and analyses of their own MS Acces or Excel data. In selected countries routing was an option as well. By the end of 2014, Microsoft stopped developing MapPoint.
Excel E-Maps the successor of MapPoint
What comes after MapPoint is the easy to use, Excel mapping plug-in E-Maps. E-Maps provides worldwide advanced geocoding, based on address, postal code or city names. The Excel add-in is the best tool for GEO analysis with features like heatmap, choroplets and other thematic mapping. E-Maps uses the up-to-date map and geocoding engine from Here ™.
Isochrones and routing capabilities are available in E-Maps Mobility.
Download a free 14-day trial or order E-Maps in the First Element webshop.
Downloading the trial
Would you like to start easy map making in Excel? Try then the trial of Excel E-Maps. Download your free 14-day trial of Excel E-Maps.
- Just register in our webshop and download your file.
- E-Maps requires Windows operating system and Excel (2007, 2010 or 2013).
- E-Maps appears as an extra menu in Excel. See image below.
Visualize your data with piecharts.
We revealed our feature for current and new customers.
All new and current customers will receive the feature automatically when updating or ordering E-Maps in September.
The colour and size of the piecharts can be adjusted.
Read more about the Piechart